After being a no-show in court in September, a warrant went out for his arrest.
She had expected to be seated next to Rudolf Nureyev but the dancer was a no-show.
The next day, with about a dozen reporters lurking in the Legislative Building, Brooks was a no-show at his own news conference.
Designating a nonexistent worker or job, usually on the public payroll: a no-show job Sonny got himnoun
Someone or something that fails to keep an appointment, use a reserved seat, etc: Snowstorm a no-show/ The airline figures about 20 percent no-shows (1941+)