nothing meaning

[ 'nʌθiŋ ] Pronunciation:   "nothing" in a sentence
Noun: nothing  núthing
  1. A quantity of no importance
    "it looked like nothing I had ever seen before"
    - nil, nix, nada, null, aught [archaic], cipher, cypher, goose egg, naught [N. Amer], zero, zilch, zip, zippo [N. Amer]
Pronoun: nothing  núthing
  1. Not any thing, nothing at all
    - nowt [UK, dialect], nought, naught
Adverb: nothing  núthing
  1. In no respect; to no degree
    "he looks nothing like his father"
    - nowt [UK]

Derived forms: nothings

Type of: relative quantity

Encyclopedia: Nothing, AZ Nothing Nothing, Nowhere Nothing, Arizona

Examples

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  1. nothing will make me change my mind.
  2. nothing we say penetrates his thick skull!
  3. it revealed nothing of the speaker's errand.
  4. his behavior is nothing out of the ordinary.
  5. unions have nothing to do with skill training.

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