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理想, りそう

  • risō


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

  • ideal
  • dream

Examples of 理想,りそう in a Sentence

To John, Sammy was an ideal singer.
The new method was anything but ideal.
Thoughts are expressed by means of words.
There is a vision of the future world in his books.
His motto is "Plain living and high thinking."
Hence one can say that, of all political ideals, that of making people happy is the most dangerous.
I am determined to spend my lifetime pursuing my ideals.
My dream went up in smoke.
He was a man who was the very picture of her ideals.
I resolved to spend the rest of my life pursuing my ideals.

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