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感じ, かんじ

  • kanji


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • feeling
  • sense
  • impression

Examples of 感じ,かんじ in a Sentence

The room had a nice cozy feel.
I felt a burning sensation all over.
This high humidity makes me feel tired.
What does it feel like to be a patient?
Now that the project has come to an end, I feel like I've finally come to a resting-place.
Somehow all those reasons sound rather strained ...
This silk feels smooth.
I always feel sleepy.
Taking into account the time I'd just spent napping, I'm really picking up the sense that this time's exam really won't be straight forward.
I felt very awkward.

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