In Longman Dictionary (19) is the following sentence example:
We'd known each other too long for hard feelings.
The sentence doesn't sound natural to me. It sounds incomplete at the end. There should be at the end of the sentence the to-infinitive "to exist". Am I correct? Are my sentences below that follow this pattern wrong?
- We'd known each other too long for hard feelings to exist.
- I have known him very well for misunderstandings to occur.
- The society is very stable and united for a chaos/breakdown to ensue.