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岸, きし

  • kishi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • bank
  • coast
  • shore

Examples of 岸,きし in a Sentence

They drew the boat on the beach.
This road will take you down to the edge of Lake Biwa.
Now, get off the boat and swim to shore.
They drew their boat on the beach.
The raft has drifted far off from the shore.
A rock stuck out from the bank into the river.
Our boat drifted to shore on the tide.
The wind and tide impelled the ship to the shore.
We walked along the shore of the lake.
A big rock stuck out from the bank into the river.

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