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感, かん

  • kan


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • feeling
  • sensation
  • emotion
  • admiration
  • impression

Examples of 感,かん in a Sentence

I was often seized by despair.
I always feel hungry.
When I awoke this morning, I felt hungry.
The gang leader made all the members toe the line, keeping control through fear.
Following urination I feel as though I still have to go more.
Some people say that English politeness is, at bottom, really fear.
An animal has no moral sense.
Bad treatment fanned his dislike to hate.
They seem a little past their peak, but even so we enjoyed the beautiful cherry blossoms.
Working in a society gives women both hardship and achievement, but the daily chores at home don't seem to give them fulfillment.

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