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手探り, 手さぐり, てさぐり

  • tesaguri

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • fumbling
  • groping

Examples of 手探り,手さぐり,てさぐり in a Sentence

彼ら手探り進み続けた
They kept on feeling their way.
The room was so dark that we had to feel our way to the door.
不自由なその出口手探り行った。
The blind man felt his way toward the exit.
彼ら手探り暗闇歩いて行った。
They felt their way in the dark.
I felt after the switch in the dark.
その洞穴とても暗かった彼ら手探り進まねばならなかった
The cave was so dark that they had to feel their way.
その洞窟手探り進まなければならないほど暗かった。
The cave was so dark that they had to feel their way.
ワタシは背が低い見られないほぼ手探り拭くわけす。
I'm short, so I can't see on top of the shelves and so I pretty much dust by touch.
When I felt for my pocketbook I found it was gone.
We must feel our way carefully in the dark.

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