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正気, しょうき

  • shōki


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

  • sanity
  • consciousness
  • soberness

Examples of 正気,しょうき in a Sentence

At last, Mary recovered her senses.
She fainted but came to after a few minutes.
He fainted from the heat, but his wife's patient nursing brought him to.
I was glad to see that he finally came to his senses.
It is crazy of you to put your life at risk.
Every sane man is accountable to his conscience for his behavior.
He lost his reason when he saw his house burn down.
She came to herself when she was taken to the hospital.
He brought the world to its senses.
When I came to myself, I was in the hospital.

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