I came across the sentence below. I am confused about the meaning the author tries to express, especially about the nuiance attached to the bolded pronoun 'that'. This list is the possibilities that I could think of.
- All: All the prospective spouses are not good enough. Thus, so many look right past all of them.
- Some: Some of the prospective spouses are good enough but some are not. And they look right past prospective spouses who are not good enough.
So many put off marriage and look right past great prospective spouses that simply are “not good enough.”