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蛇, へび, じゃ, くちなわ, へみ

  • hebi,ja,kuchinawa,hemi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • snake


  • serpent
  • large snake

Examples of 蛇,へび,じゃ,くちなわ,へみ in a Sentence

Do you like snakes? "Of course not."
Just as Moses lifts up the snake in the desert...
I was very scared of snakes.
The snake coils itself up.
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
Frogs are afraid of snakes.
The snake bit me in the leg.
I'm not in the least afraid of snakes.
I have a horror of snakes.
Most snakes on this island are harmless.

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