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骨身, ほねみ

  • honemi


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • flesh and bones

Examples of 骨身,ほねみ in a Sentence

The cold wind cut me to the bone.
The icy wind cut us to the bones.
There was a keen frost this morning.
The proverb's message struck me to the core.
His advice touched me to the quick.
During the water shortage, the value of water really came home to me.

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