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no one

no person; not anyone; nobody:
No one is home.
Origin of no one
Can be confused
nobody, no one, none.
Usage note
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for no one
  • If there is human empathy, and no one really doubts that, there should be animal precursors.
  • no one suffered from his procrastination, including him.
  • Here's the thing: no one wants to constantly stop a student discussion.
  • no one really wants them, only the appearance of them.
  • The reasoning was that no one would pay to lose money.
  • It was hot, no one got dehydrated and no one fainted from hunger.
  • no one expects the powerful to use them as a tool against the weak.
  • no one knows what to expect of a proseminar, apparently.
  • Since tenure requires such achievement, it's easy to see why no one is ever tenured.
  • no one should take three years to write a dissertation.
British Dictionary definitions for no one


no person; nobody
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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