"You'd better stay over there, you no-account Lothario," Hetty growled.
When he was a boy, he seemed to be a no-account sort of a duck, some like you.
Ma Harper and her no-account husband, Claude, run an outdoor dance pavilion, but their income is derived from other sources too.
Can't a low-down, no-account man like me even laugh where there's happiness?
Altogether he seemed to his neighbors a no-account little fellow, and they didn't have much to do with him.
But I suppose you're afraid the no-account Count won't figure his life is worth thirty thousand dollars.
But do you know, we're getting to spend lots of money for little, no-account things.
The other two no-account chaps spotted their captain, and began to move slowly towards us.
It was ever so: at the moment of triumph comes the fall, and the royal Queen becomes the no-account nursery child.
He hasn't got religion, but keeps a trunk full of no-account gods, believed in by ignorant persons.
"worthless," 1845, American English, literally "of no account" (see account (n.)). The phrase of non acompte "of no value or importance" is from late 14c. Contracted form no'count is attested from 1853.
Worthless; untrustworthy; incorrigible: I'm a lazy no-account bum (1845+)
: A no-count that never did a right thing in his life