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狂気, きょうき

  • kyōki


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • madness
  • insanity

Examples of 狂気,きょうき in a Sentence

It is little short of lunacy to try it.
His conduct was nothing short of madness.
Genius and madness are but a hairbreadth away from each other.
I'm shouting out loud as insanity takes hold over me.
Anger is a form of madness.
The time has come for mankind to put an end to the madness and immorality of the arms race.
Nobody can stop my turning to madness.
It is essential to keep calm in a time of crisis and avoid going haywire.
What he did was nothing less than madness.
It is no use trying to separate the sheep from the goats while in a state of madness.

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