no-count no-count


  • (adj) without merit


  1. So she marries a real no-count whose fate (he dies a couple of years later) is no matter because before, during and after her marriage, Molly gives separate but equal bedroom time .
  2. When Silvana meets a no-count count (Michael Rennie), Vittorio sees his chance to do some three-cushion pimping.
  3. Health officers refused to let the poison be poured into an abandoned well or buried in "some no-count piece of land.


  • Worse Than Snowden?

    I may not know what to make of the man, but that's not to say he isn't useful as a standard to put some things in perspective. by Bill Cope "Cope, wheres you gonna get around to callin' that Eddy Snowden what a no-count coward snake-in-the-grass back-stabbin' traitor what he is!?" That was Red, of course.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
    on July 24, 2013     Source: Boise Weekly

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