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無さそう, なさそう

  • nasasō


suffix, adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • does not seem
  • unlikely
  • improbable

Examples of 無さそう,なさそう in a Sentence

Buy a lottery ticket or something? "Well, I don't think I've got much luck with gambling."
I explained the situation, as this, that and such and such, but they just nodded along without showing much interest.
The housing situation seemed quite hopeless.
It was full of spider webs and stuff but there didn't seem to be any other way to go so we firmed up our resolve and went.
You don't look very well. You had better not go to work today.
She didn't seem interested.
I doubt the new proposal will be accepted.
There seems no need to hurry.
No suspicion may be attached to the accountant.
There seems no need to help that country.

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