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瀕死, ひん死, 頻死, ひんし

  • hinshi


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

  • dying
  • (on the) verge of death

Examples of 瀕死,ひん死,頻死,ひんし in a Sentence

Three nurses attended the dying minister night and day.
The battlefield was full of the dead and the dying.
The doctor did everything possible as a physician to save the life of the dying child; he also gave his blood to help the child weather the storm.
My heart ached for the dying birds.
What about the family of the dying patient?
The dying man made an effort to say something, but could not.
The doctors say the dying man should have kicked the bucket hours ago, were he an ordinary man, but he is still defying death.

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