Crossword clues for nothing
- Item of no importance
- Drink less gin to inspire sheer love
- Unimportant item
- End of quote
- Quip (Part 3)
- Part 2 of today's quote
- Love, to Venus?
- What the rich need, according to the riddle
- What this puzzle is about?
- What "compares 2 U" in a 1990 #1 Sinead O'Connor hit
- Want for activity in the nude?
- Almost zero
- Act unscrupulously and go through red lights, zebra crossings, etc?
- A quantity of no importance
- Alternative to 26 Across
- Zip (n): object next to middle of groin
- What’s hard in writing down cipher
- Something of no concern
- Nix Olympica’s western extremity
- Love? Turned on by slender girls primarily
- Love recording absorbing Beethoven's Fifth
- Love husband taking down trousers
- Love alcoholic drink that's kept diluted
- Recording about husband's love
- Braun, finally turning to husband in Germany's capital - "What can we do to win this war?"
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Nothing \Noth"ing\, n. [From no, a. + thing.]
Yet had his aspect nothing of severe.
Nonexistence; nonentity; absence of being; nihility; nothingness.
A thing of no account, value, or note; something irrelevant and impertinent; something of comparative unimportance; utter insignificance; a trifle.
Behold, ye are of nothing, and your work of nought.
--Is. xli. 2
'T is nothing, says the fool; but, says the friend, This nothing, sir, will bring you to your end. --Dryden. 4. (Arith.) A cipher; naught. Nothing but, only; no more than. --Chaucer. To make nothing of.
To make no difficulty of; to consider as trifling or important. ``We are industrious to preserve our bodies from slavery, but we make nothing of suffering our souls to be slaves to our lusts.''
Not to understand; as, I could make nothing of what he said.
Nothing \Noth"ing\, adv. In no degree; not at all; in no wise.
Adam, with such counsel nothing swayed.
The influence of reason in producing our passions is
nothing near so extensive as is commonly believed.
Nothing off (Naut.), an order to the steersman to keep the vessel close to the wind.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
adv. (context archaic English) Not at all; in no way. n. 1 Something trifling, or of no consequence or importance. 2 A trivial remark (especially in the term (term: sweet nothings)). 3 A nobody (insignificant person). pron. Not any thing; no thing.
n. a quantity of no importance; "it looked like nothing I had ever seen before"; "reduced to nil all the work we had done"; "we racked up a pathetic goose egg"; "it was all for naught"; "I didn't hear zilch about it" [syn: nil, nix, nada, null, aught, cipher, cypher, goose egg, naught, zero, zilch, zip]
a nonexistent thing [syn: nonentity]
adv. in no way; to no degree; "he looks nothing like his father"
Nothing is a pronoun denoting the absence of anything. Nothing is a pronoun associated with nothingness. In nontechnical uses, nothing denotes things lacking importance, interest, value, relevance, or significance. Nothingness is the state of being nothing, the state of nonexistence of anything, or the property of having nothing.
Nothing is the fourth album by Swedish metal band Meshuggah, originally released in 2002. The album entered the Billboard 200 chart at number 165, slightly higher than the band's following effort, Catch Thirtythree.
A last-minute decision to join 2002's Ozzfest tour forced the band to mix the album in two days and to master it in one. It was re-mastered for a new re-release with re-recorded guitars in 2006.
Nothing is the concept of the absence of anything.
Nothing or The Nothing may also refer to:
- Zero, the mathematical concept of the quantity of things in "nothing"
- The empty set, the mathematical concept of the collection of things represented by "nothing"
- Nothing (film), a 2003 Canadian film directed by Vincenzo Natali
- Nothing, Arizona, an unincorporated (now abandoned) settlement in Mohave County, Arizona, U.S.
- nothing, an English indefinite pronoun
- Null, a value that a variable of nullable type in a computer program can take
Nothing is a 2003 Canadian philosophical comedy-drama film directed by Vincenzo Natali. It stars David Hewlett and Andrew Miller.
Nothing is the second EP released by Diatribe.
"Nothing" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Dwight Yoakam. It was released in October 1995 as the first single from the album Gone. The song reached #20 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The song was written by Yoakam and Kostas.
Nothing is the fourth studio album by American funk rock band N.E.R.D, released November 2, 2010 on Star Trak Entertainment and Interscope Records in the United States. On October 17, 2010, the standard edition and the deluxe edition of the album became available for pre-order on iTunes.
"Nothing" is a song by Irish pop rock band The Script from their second studio album, Science & Faith. The song was released as the second single on 19 November 2010. It was written and produced by Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan, Steve Kipner, and Andrew Frampton. The song charted at number 15 in Ireland, and at number 42 in the United Kingdom. In the US, the song debuted at #89 at the Billboard Hot 100, then rose to #73 the following week, #53 on its third week, before landing on to #39, on its fifth week. It later peaked at #32.
Nothing is an American rock band that formed in 2011. The band signed to Relapse Records and released its debut album Guilty of Everything in March 2014. The band announced their follow up LP, Tired of Tomorrow, to be released May 13, 2016.
"Nothing" is a song recorded by American singer-songwriter Janet Jackson. It was released on March 23, 2010 by A&M Records and So So Def Recordings as a soundtrack single from the film Why Did I Get Married Too?, which starred Jackson. The song was later included on Jackson's compilation album Icon: Number Ones. It was written by Jackson, Johntá Austin, Bryan-Michael Cox and Jermaine Dupri and produced by Jackson, Cox, and Dupri. Initially titled "Trust in Me", the song was written about the different character's personas and emotions in the film.
"Nothing" received mostly positive reviews from music critics, who praised it as "classic pop", and noted that it was possibly influenced by her brother Michael Jackson's recent death. Despite the fact that it was not officially released to radio formats for airplay, the song managed to achieve moderate rotation on adult contemporary and jazz formats. A music video for the song was directed by Tim Palen and premiered in April 2010. Jackson performed "Nothing" on the ninth season finale of American Idol and on the Essence Music Festival, which Jackson headlined.
"Nothing" is the first single by rock band A released from their album Hi-Fi Serious. It reached number nine in the UK Singles Chart; to date, A's highest charting single. During the promotion of the single, the band appeared on Top of The Pops and the Pepsi Chart Show.
The promotional video for Nothing was filmed in Cape Town, South Africa, mostly around the Artscape Theatre Centre formerly known as the Nico Malan theatre complex, and features extras dressed in the same clothes as each band member - complete with band member masks - to create the illusion that there are hundreds of duplicates of the band.
"Nothing" is arguably the heaviest A single, marking something of a departure from the band's usual melodic pop-punk. It is track 1 on the album Hi-Fi Serious. A live version appears on the live album, Rockin' Like Dokken.
Nothing is a song from the musical A Chorus Line. It is sung by the Hispanic character Diana.
The opera was co-commissioned by the Royal Opera House, London, and Glyndebourne. The original production, directed by Bijan Sheibani, premiered at Glyndebourne in February 2016, featuring Glyndebourne Youth Opera and Southbank Sinfonia. The performances were conducted by Sian Edwards.
Usage examples of "nothing".
The conflict, grown beyond the scope of original plans, had become nothing less than a fratricidal war between the young king and the Count of Poitou for the succession to the Angevin empire, a ghastly struggle in which Henry was obliged to take a living share, abetting first one and then the other of his furious sons.
I am to kill him over again, there is nothing for it but our abiding with him for the next few hours at least.
This was nothing unusual, however, so Mary simply broke through the ice and began her morning ablutions, gratefully noticing that gentle movement reduced the soreness in her wrists.
The cooking, I can tell you, kept her nose to the pot, and even if there was nothing in it, even if there was no pot, she had to keep watching that it came aboil just the same.
The snowflakes had become fine and dry, almost like bits of ice, and they seemed to be abrading the world, smoothing it the way that sandpaper smoothed wood, until eventually there would be no peaks and valleys, nothing but a featureless, highly polished plain as far as anyone could see.
Suddenly, Abrim wanted nothing so much as to exit this gleaming sterile bubble and get back to his crowded, cluttered ship.
A forensic team abseils down the cliff and scours the area but finds nothing more than a few small strips of clothing.
Nothing had prepared her for parenthood by herself, and even more tragic, Nothing had prepared her for the abusive relationship inherent in being married to an alcoholic.
The duration of the siege has done nothing to abate the groundswell of support for Abies in and around this tiny Northwestern hamlet.
If, in adopting the Constitution, nothing was done but acceding to a compact, nothing would seem necessary, in order to break it up, but to secede from the same compact.
I asked about him before accepting the invitation, and I heard nothing but good.
Sir John Fenwick, Smith, and Cook, to say nothing of the corroborative evidence of Goodman, establish beyond doubt that you were accessorily, though perhaps not actively, guilty of high treason--at this period, I say, there can be little doubt that if you were brought to trial--that is, in the course of next week, as I have heard it rumoured--the result would be fatal, such, in short, as we should all deplore.
Epicurus, atoms be the cause of all things and that life be nothing else but an accidentary confusion of things, and death nothing else, but a mere dispersion and so of all other things: what doest thou trouble thyself for?
If it achieved nothing else, humanism brought about the emancipation of the artist, a development that is still very much with us.
I can assure you that the friend, to whom we will give a spectacle worthy of Paphos and Amathos, shall see or hear nothing likely to make him suppose that I am acquainted with his secret.