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no

In addition to the idioms beginning with no, also see all talk (and no action); all work and no play; by no means; close but no cigar; come to an end (to no good); cut no ice; do any (no) good; feel no pain; hell has no fury; hold no brief for; in no case; in no time; in no uncertain terms; leave no stone unturned; less than (no time); long time no see; lose (no) time; make no bones about; make no difference; make no mistake; money is no object; none of one's (have no) business; point of no return; pull no punches; rolling stone gathers no moss; shadow of a doubt, no; take no for an answer; there's no telling; to little (no) purpose; to no avail; under any (no) circumstances; up to no good; yes and no.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer.
Copyright © 1997. Published by Houghton Mifflin.
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