その物, 其の物, そのもの

  • sonomono

Definition of その物,其の物,そのもの

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • the very thing
  • itself

Examples of その物,其の物,そのもの in a Sentence

は、らに親切そのものだった
He was kindness itself to them.
Happiness depends not so much on circumstances as on one's way of looking at one's lot.
好奇心そのもの
He is all curiosity.
Knowledge in itself is not an end, but a means to an end: to live a full and humane life.
知識そのもの目的ではない
Knowledge is not an end in itself.
壊滅そのもの豊かな生命生む
Mere decay produces richer life.
If you have a complaint let me hear it. There's a difference between superficial obedience and honest loyalty you know.
I work not so much for money as for the work itself.
The agonies of the machine age do not originate from the machines as such.
You have to be outside something, able to experience it from a distance, before it makes sense.
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