Definition of "yandere" [yandere]

  • A fictional character who fits the archetype of being genuinely romantic, loving, kind, merciful, sparing, sweet and gentle, but is at the same time brutal, psychotic or deranged in behavior. The psychotic tendency can be both sudden and ever-present. Often used for both comedic and dramatic displays of character. (noun)
  • Plural form of yandere. (noun)

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Use "yandere" in a sentence
  • "Both are pretty insane (hence why they're called yandere), but let's look at it from two different angles: insanity through actions and insanity through thoughts."
  • "Especially those eyes you could call yandere eyes."
  • "However, this plan has been drafted without any knowledge of Nanami's own abilities, and so as their confrontation with her begins so we gain a first-hand demonstration of just what she's capable of - Never mind the sweet and mild-mannered girl we saw back in episode one, Nanami seems to be shooting for the top of the "yandere" league once she's confronted with any sort of hostile danger."