The word ennui (enn-WEE) means boredom in French, and has been added to English as "a bored, disinterested state". .
Example : "After three hours in the meeting, we were ov…ercome by ennui." ( Full Answer )
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A noun functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause,and as the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples: Her ennui made it difficult for her to study. (subject… ofthe sentence) The mood that the ennui produced sapped her ambition.(subject of the relative clause) We could see the ennui in his body language. (direct objectof the verb 'could see') He was plagued by ennui after a death in his family. (objectof the preposition 'by') ( Full Answer )
Romaji Kibun Ennui! Biroodo Neko no or Kutsu de Shinpin no fun jatta Sainan da WA! Aaa! Aa AA AA a! I AA I a "a A AA a! Kyou ha daiji to you that no d…esu Fuman or Itte Iru Baai de ha ve WA Ring, ring, morning Kikai on Naridasu Kirai girai patron Jirenma no Beddo be no de Kirai girai patron patron! Shokugo no Ge that Manzoku Nakigoe ga Ashi's no karamitsuku Sonna koto yori hayaku Photo been to! Ring, ring, morning Kikai on Naridasu Kirai girai patron Annyui kibun Kagami no Mae de Kirai girai patron patron! Ring, ring, darling Shizuka's shi te te Kirai girai patron Jirenma no Beddo be no de Tokubetsu Kyou big part Kirai patron! this is what Google translate gave me ( Full Answer )