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手袋, 手ぶくろ, てぶくろ

  • tebukuro


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • glove
  • mitten
  • mitt

Examples of 手袋,手ぶくろ,てぶくろ in a Sentence

Their gloves are not in pairs.
I left my new pair of gloves in the library.
My mother gave me a pair of gloves of her own making.
The burglar wore gloves, with the result that there were no finger-prints to be found.
I wear size six gloves.
He is wearing gloves.
A pair of gloves is a nice gift.
He bought a new pair of gloves.
He sat reading, with his wife knitting a pair of gloves beside him.
At the funeral, the widow looked very dignified, with her black suit, hat and gloves.

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