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底意地, そこいじ

  • sokoiji


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • latent disposition
  • inner feelings

Examples of 底意地,そこいじ in a Sentence

He seems nice, but he's wicked at heart.
The seventy year old man kept his twenty year old wife at home all the time; he had a dog in the manger attitude.

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