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見知らぬ, 見しらぬ, みしらぬ

  • mishiranu


pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi)

  • unknown
  • unacquainted
  • strange

Examples of 見知らぬ,見しらぬ,みしらぬ in a Sentence

The dog barks at all strangers.
He was at ease with strangers.
Englishmen rarely talk to strangers in the train.
Opening the door, I found a stranger standing there.
A stranger spoke to me on the crowded bus.
One day she was spoken to by a stranger.
For me, reading at home is preferable to reading sitting beside strangers in a library.
I saw a stranger steal into his house.
A stranger tapped me on the shoulder from behind. He took me for some other person, I'm sure.
I saw a stranger enter that house.

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