In what situation might a Japanese person say:

「おしたいして おりました。」

and what is it most commonly used to imply?


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Basically, it is used in two different situations:

Romantic: To elegantly tell someone that you used to love him/her deeply.

Non-Romantic: To express how deeply you used to respect someone.

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