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惨事, さんじ

  • sanji


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • disaster
  • horrible accident

Examples of 惨事,さんじ in a Sentence

Few passengers survived the catastrophe.
Slight inattention can cause a great disaster.
He courted disaster by reckless driving.
The fire, which caused the disaster, broke out on the second floor of the hospital.
That terrorist was to blame for the disaster.
A calamity was avoided by sheer luck.
It sounds as if he were to blame for the disaster.
Unfortunately, few passengers survived the catastrophe.
The slightest mistake may lead to a fatal disaster.
Happening in a city, the accident would have caused a disaster.
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