盛り, さかり

  • sakari
JLPT 3

Definition of 盛り,さかり

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), suffix

  • peak (e.g. of cherry blossom season)
  • height (e.g. of summer)

  • prime (of one's life)
  • one's best days

  • rutting
  • being in heat

Examples of 盛り,さかり in a Sentence

盛り
He is now in the prime of manhood.
息子たち若い盛り
My sons are in the heyday of youth.
Every dog has his day.
いま盛りにと言うに倒れた。
He was cut down in his prime.
The flowers are already out of bloom.
Most athletes are at their best during their early manhood.
桜花盛りであった
The cherry blossoms were at their best.
春機発動して、ソレナニしたい盛りのは理解するけど、・・・まあそこにお座りさい。
I know you're at an age where sexual desire flourishes and you want to do 'you-know-what' with 'that' but ... well sit down there.
4月盛り
The cherry blossoms are at their best in April.
It is apt to get either cloudy or windy when the cherry-blossoms are in full bloom.
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