口ぶり, 口振り, くちぶり

  • kuchiburi

Definition of 口ぶり,口振り,くちぶり

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • way of speaking
  • intimation

Examples of 口ぶり,口振り,くちぶり in a Sentence

He talks as if he knew everything.
The boy talks as if he were a great scholar.
ディックは何でも知っているような口ぶり
Dick talks as if he knew everything.
She talks too aloofly.
He talks as if he knows everything.
You talk as if you knew everything.
I judged from what he said that he did not agree with me.
美智子はまるで北極行って来たような口ぶり
Michiko talks as if she had been to the Arctic herself.
He talks as if he knew everything.
Michiko talks as if she had been to the Arctic herself.
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