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決まり, 決り, 極まり, 極り, きまり

  • kimari


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

  • rule
  • regulation


  • settlement
  • conclusion
  • end
  • agreement
  • arrangement


  • habit
  • custom
  • habitual way


  • countenance in front of another person
  • face


  • love relationship between a customer and a prostitute

Examples of 決まり,決り,極まり,極り,きまり in a Sentence

I am quite tired of daily routine.
You must follow school rules.
There is a rule of using knives and forks.
I'm sure people ask you this question all the time, but it's all that comes to mind right now.
We must do away with these old rules.
The familiar argument against a proposed action that it is premature.
The mother was embarrassed at her son's bad manners.
This rule doesn't apply to every case.
I was abashed when my mistakes were pointed out.
He never drinks without complaining about his son.

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