I am fairly new to Japanese and am reading through a book passage with this sentence:

"決して、 侑としずくの 楽しそうなお出かけに ヤキモチを焼いたわけ では・・・・・・ありません."

I can make sense of the first half, but the addition of "・・・・・・ありません." at the end throwing me off on grasping the true meaning.

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    Get rid of the ・・・・・・ and you have ではありません. Is that more understandable to you? The ・・・・・・ just indicates that the speaker had a long pause before saying the next word. Mar 22 at 19:29


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