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泣き, なき

  • naki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • weeping
  • lamenting

Examples of 泣き,なき in a Sentence

Finders keepers, losers weepers.
The child was crying for her mother.
She stopped crying altogether.
He cried and cried.
It was not until the child was fed that he stopped crying.
As soon as the child saw his mother, he stopped crying.
Three babies crying incessantly gave me a headache.
The baby stopped crying.
It was not until the baby was fed that he stopped crying.
He neither spoke nor wept, but went out in silence.

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