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不快, ふかい

  • fukai


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • unpleasant
  • displeasure
  • discomfort

Examples of 不快,ふかい in a Sentence

The spoiled meat had a nasty smell.
We had an unpleasant experience there.
And since she refused to accept it, she had been living in extreme discomfort, exclaiming: "Why should we spend all the capital we are ever likely to have tying ourselves down to a place we detest!"
A wet blanket is not always unpleasant when you come to know him well.
How did she get mixed up with such unpleasant people?
There's a foul smell in the kitchen.
It will make most Americans uncomfortable if you insist on their accepting expensive gifts.
His plans were regarded with some disfavor.
We had an unpleasant experience there.
He had an unpleasant screechy voice.

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