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聊か, 些か, 些さか, 聊, いささか

  • isasaka


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), adverb (fukushi)

  • a little
  • a bit
  • somewhat

Examples of 聊か,些か,些さか,聊,いささか in a Sentence

Between you and me, he is rather stupid.
It would be presumptuous to call myself his replacement, but I could offer some guidance.
I have some good opinion of my son's ability.
He is rather hard to please.
The festive mood was slightly spoiled by terrorist bombs.
The report of victory turned out to be a little premature.
His plans were regarded with some disfavor.
The atmosphere can become rather strained.
She was a rather prim and proper young lady.
I had a slight scruple about doing that kind of thing.

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