災い, 禍, わざわい

  • wazawai

Definition of 災い,禍,わざわい

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • calamity
  • catastrophe

Examples of 災い,禍,わざわい in a Sentence

Turn your misfortune to account.
Thoughtless speech may give rise to great mischief.
The ecologist warned us that petroleum was not merely a blessing but also a curse.
災いの元。つまらないことしゃべらない方がいい
It's better not to prattle on about meaningless things. The more you open your mouth the more likely you are to put your foot in it.
災いの元。
Out of the mouth comes evil.
The tongue wounds more than a lance.
会社くびになったんけどわざわい転じてなすで見事独立したから偉いよ。
His old company gave him the shaft. But I admire the way he turned bad luck into good and did even better with his own business.
You may be able to read the handwriting on the wall, but it is Greek to me.
災いあれ
Woe betide him!
His indecision sowed the seeds of future trouble.
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