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愚か, おろか

  • oroka


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • foolish
  • stupid

Examples of 愚か,おろか in a Sentence

Do not say such foolish things.
I know better than to quarrel with her about trifles.
He was silly enough to believe her.
It was silly of him to refuse her offer.
If, on the other hand, children are left alone a great deal with nothing to do, they are likely to become dull and unintelligent.
He was foolish to agree to the plan.
What a fool I was to lend him the money.
None of us is so foolish as to believe that he was telling the truth.
I want to get away from the rat race.
How stupid of you to go there alone!

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