Sentence for japanese | Use japanese in a sentence

Sentence with word japanese. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use japanese in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for japanese.

  • The Japanese. (3)
  • What is the Japanese national instrument? (3)
  • The Japanese juggler and his son retire together; they are never apart. (21)
  • She would be sitting out there in the dark, under the Japanese sunshade, knitting. (8)
  • That little black-walled room with its Japanese prints and its flowers, soothed him. (8)
  • Beaton nodded at a clay stem sticking out of a Japanese vase of bronze on his mantel. (9)
  • There with his head touching one of the little Japanese trees, he stood biting his fingers. (8)
  • They listened placidly to a discourse upon her performances, Japanese to their understandings. (10)
  • They are frugally confining themselves to the admiration of the Japanese bows and arrows yonder. (9)
  • The last person who had left him had been a Japanese, a councillor of the ministry of war at Tokio. (12)
  • There are three forms of the flute; the simplest is the old Japanese flute, blown at the end and pierced with a few holes. (3)
  • Some of the things in it were not very familiar; he had spent lately a great deal on rugs, on stuffs, on Japanese bric-a-brac. (9)
  • Red rambler roses formed a sort of crown to her dark head; her ivory-coloured face had in it just a suggestion of the Japanese. (8)
  • The latter ornament is the unfailing mark of that kind of studio, and with it go, in some combination, a Japanese umbrella and a fish-net. (16)
  • An early cockchafer buzzed in the Japanese paper with which they had filled the grate, and one of the horses in the stable stamped restlessly. (8)

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