何物, なにもの

  • nanimono

Definition of 何物,なにもの

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • something

  • nothing (with neg. verb)

Examples of 何物,なにもの in a Sentence

Above all, I want to be healthy.
Were it not for water, nothing could live.
As far as the eye could see, there was nothing but sand.
Without water, nothing could live on this earth.
I don't claim to be anything else.
If it were not for the sun, nothing could live.
Minds that have nothing to confer find little to perceive.
化学講義苦痛以外なにものでもなかった。
His lecture on chemistry was nothing but torture.
If it were not for water, nothing could live.
Without water, nothing could live on this earth.
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