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星, ほし

  • hoshi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • star
  • any light-emitting (or reflecting) heavenly body (except for the sun and the moon)


  • suspect (police slang)

Examples of 星,ほし in a Sentence

We cannot necessarily see the star with the naked eye.
Many stars are twinkling in the sky.
Not a star was to be seen in the sky.
Now the Little House only saw the sun at noon, and didn't see the moon stars at night at all because light of the city were too bright.
The star which shines up there is Jupiter.
There were several stars seen in the sky.
The stars twinkling in the night sky looked like jewels.
There are more stars in the sky than I can count.
There are billions of stars in the sky.
There are innumerable stars in the galaxy.

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