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破滅, はめつ

  • hametsu


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

  • ruin
  • destruction
  • fall

Examples of 破滅,はめつ in a Sentence

He will eventually ruin himself.
If this organization is left as it is, it will soon go bankrupt; its recovery is as difficult as swapping horses while crossing a stream.
His luck has changed, he is going to the dogs, but no one even lifts a finger to help him.
The war brought ruin to the country.
Suspicion is destructive of friendship.
The gradual ruin of our country has to be stopped.
It was gambling that brought about his ruin.
It is not his illness that ruined him so much as his idleness.
It was gambling that brought about him ruin.
Idleness leads to ruin.

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