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尤も, もっとも

  • mottomo


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

  • quite right
  • plausible
  • natural
  • but then
  • although

Examples of 尤も,もっとも in a Sentence

He may well respect the artist.
She's got the point.
She may well be said to think of everything in terms of money.
You may well say so, but I cannot agree.
He had every reason for doing so.
What he says sounds very sensible to me.
Marco might well burst into tears to meet his mother again.
She may well speak ill of him.
He complains, and with reason.
He may well be proud of his sons.

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