nothingness nothingness  /ˈnə θɪŋ nəs/


  1. (n) the state of nonexistence
  2. (n) empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk


  1. In two of the most anticipated Hollywood movies of the season, the talk is of worms and nothingness.
  2. I think God wants to show his greatness by using nothingness.
  3. They need an assurance that somebody out there cares about them, is listening to themthat they are not just destined to travel down a long highway toward nothingness.


  1. Rex Ryan Braved Crowds and Terrifying Beasts for Spain's Running of the Bulls

    A very svelte Rex Ryan recently surfaced amid the happy and possibly insane throngs of people who prepared to run from enraged bulls in Pamplona , Spain. Busted Coverage spotted an Instagram posting from Ben Patton , who previously appeared on the NBC show Ready For Love .  Poor Ryan is melting into nothingness and looking even skinnier than he did last year.  It seems his new diet also includes ...
    on July 8, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

  2. Take the “Stairway to Nothingness” and discover everything Austria has to offer with Thomson Lakes & Mountains

    Thomson Lakes & Mountains is part of TUI Travel PLC, the largest holiday company in Europe with many years’ experience of delivering outstanding holidays. They can now provide customers the opportunity to experience the “Stairway to Nothingness” with their holidays to Austria. (PRWeb July 05, 2013) Read the full story at
    on July 5, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "In the end, those kind of conservative, tea-leaf reading, focus group-driven polling types who I think led Kim into nothingness - you know, he's got his life to repent in leisure now, from what they did to him - they're back, they're back," Mr...
    on Jun 7, 2007 By: Paul Keating Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. Many other saints and revered religious figures have experienced doubt and struggle; Mother Teresa's namesake, St. Therese of Lisieux, described a "night of nothingness."
    on Aug 25, 2007 By: St Therese of Lisieux Source: Forbes

  3. Seen in the form of faint microwaves, this early light helped astronomers perceive tiny variations in what Bennett called "an otherwise astonishingly empty sea of nothingness" that was the baby universe.
    on Mar 16, 2006 By: Charles Bennett Source: The Age

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