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うとうと, うとっと

  • utōto,utotto


adverb (fukushi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, adverb taking the `to' particle

  • falling in a doze
  • dozing

Examples of うとうと,うとっと in a Sentence

He slumbered out the whole day.
I felt so good as I lazed in the sunshine that I drifted off to sleep.
He fell into a slumber inadvertently.
You were nodding off at times during my lecture.
I must have gone past the station while I was taking a nap.
Cindy dozed off in the middle of her graduation examinations.
I slept drowsily with a good feeling for about 2 hours, while rocked by the train.
I'm not really asleep, just dozing.
I dozed off in the train and slept right past my station.

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