- Reading and JLPT level
- Kana Reading
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)
- weird; ominous; eerie; uncanny; ghastly
- Example sentence
- ひとの声に似た不気味な鳴き声、漆黒の羽、死肉を啄む姿などから、鴉は不幸に舞い降りる不吉な鳥として世界に知られています。 A creepy cry that sounds like a human voice, velvet black wings, the image of tearing into dead flesh; crows are known across the world as an ill-omened bird that flies down with ill-luck.
Examples of 不気味, 無気味, ぶきみ in a sentence
A creepy cry that sounds like a human voice, velvet black wings, the image of tearing into dead flesh; crows are known across the world as an ill-omened bird that flies down with ill-luck.
The eerie silence struck terror into their hearts.
He gave his sudden, goblin like grin.
Our smile, which is understandable in the context of Japanese culture, sometimes causes a lot of confusion and is notorious among foreign people as a mysterious smile.
Many Americans are uncomfortable with silence, and they tend to regard silence in a conversation as a signal that they need to start talking.
The recent frequency of earthquakes makes us nervous.
Kanji in this word
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