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no one

noun
1.
no person; not anyone; nobody:
No one is home.
Also, no-one.
Origin
1595-1605
1595-1605
Can be confused
nobody, no one, none (see usage note at none)
Usage note
See each.
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Examples from the web for noone
  • noone really knows why because he certainly was productive.
  • Certainly noone can be a saviour of any nation noone is perfect.
  • She submissive peed, shook all over, and trusted noone.
  • Obviously, it would be tough to code a system that noone can possibly understand.
  • After several thousand tests, noone has been able to withstand it for more than five seconds moving out of the beam's path.
  • noone can understand the story without all the pages together.
  • It is really unfortunate noone else in the room had a gun.
  • noone among them is able to make a consistent proposal.
  • Until recently, noone knew what conception was or that it existed.
  • But such trains surely are expensive and noone invested in renewing them.

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