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良家, りょうけ, りょうか

  • ryōke,ryōka


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • good family
  • respectable family
  • decent family

Examples of 良家,りょうけ,りょうか in a Sentence

The lady came from a good family.
Her manners are not those of a lady.
He was a quiet fellow; came from a good family.
A love story that unfolds between an unlikely pair, a public prosecutor from a good family and a modern high school girl.
She looked like a daughter of a good family.
She behaves as if she had been brought up in a good family.
He is of a good line.
She was a rather prim and proper young lady.

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