Is the usage of most meaning and most meaningful below correct?

The day that has the most meaning for me is my birthday.

The most meaningful day for me is my birthday.


They are both correct and the same just that the first sentence expands the subject on general (more effect).


I hate you. — just hate

The person that I hate is you. — emphasising the person is you


I don't see any grammatical error in either. The first one is correct but people prefer using the second one to the first because the second sentence is shorter and sounds better.

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