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生粋, きっすい

  • kissui

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • pure
  • genuine
  • natural-born

Examples of 生粋,きっすい in a Sentence

生粋のパリっ子です
He is a Parisian born and bred.
きっすいのロンドンです
He was born within the sound of the Bow bells.
As you can also tell from these beautiful, far from Japanese, looks, Yuna is not pure-blood Japanese. She's a quarter-blood with a westerner as grandmother.
生粋のお嬢様からな。残念ながら悪戯とかじゃなくてあれ
She's pure bred blue-blood you see. Unfortunately that's no sort of put-on but her natural self.
生粋のアメリカ人
He is an American to the backbone.

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