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小道, 小路, こみち

  • komichi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • path
  • lane

Examples of 小道,小路,こみち in a Sentence

Our paths have crossed very often.
The town has many narrow lanes.
It's not a road, but a path.
The grass was left long and weedy in the slate walk, and very often he wasn't cutting the grass on the other side of the hedge by the road at all.
The dusty track descends to a valley.
The path led to the village.
The path twists through the mountains.
The path continues straight ahead for miles on end.
The track descends.
We came to a place where the road branched into two lanes.

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