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絶望的, ぜつぼうてき

  • zetsubōteki


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • desperate
  • hopeless

Examples of 絶望的,ぜつぼうてき in a Sentence

The situation appears desperate.
Your division was highly praised for fighting well in the midst of a hopeless conflict.
The patient is sick beyond all hope.
The young man must have felt very desperate when he resorted to such a terrible act.
The war situation was desperate.
Suicide is a desperate act.

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