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興味深い, きょうみぶかい

  • kyōmibukai


adjective (keiyoushi)

  • very interesting
  • of great interest

Examples of 興味深い,きょうみぶかい in a Sentence

The story was very interesting.
To be an interesting person you have to feed and exercise your mind.
The phenomenon of interest is in itself, a most interesting subject.
She was engaged in some interesting work when I arrived.
It is fun to know that the beauty of Japanese gardens can't be found in other cultures.
One of the most curious things that has forced itself on my notice is that there is no permanence in the judgement of beauty.
As to onomatopoetic expressions, we find interesting examples in Hopi.
Cuzco is one of the most interesting places in the world.
What an interesting novel this is!
She's a very interesting person.

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