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持て成し, 持てなし, もてなし

  • motenashi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • entertainment
  • hospitality

Examples of 持て成し,持てなし,もてなし in a Sentence

Captain Cook thanked the natives for their hospitality.
Foreigners get special treatment in that country.
All the guests were touched by her hospitality.
I received the hospitality of the family.
I thanked her for her kind hospitality.
We're very grateful for your hospitality.
She took advantage of our hospitality and stayed a whole month without paying us anything.
I gave a bunch of roses to her in return for her hospitality.
A present is usually given in return for one's hospitality.

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