nobody : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a person of no influence
- I play a nobody in Japan.
- The idea was to express smells that nobody would recognize.
- The battle is as long as it is ferocious, and in the audience I saw the movie with, nobody took a breath until it was over.
News & Articles
- The Art of Screaming Online
Nobody likes to be screamed at, not even on the Internet, which is leading to the disappearance of an ancient , which has led to the slow disappearance of an ancient form of typography: ALL CAPS. While there's no actual yelling with voices involved, reading a sentence using only capital letters feels like GETTING HIT IN THE FACE BY A VERY ANGRY PERSON. And on this here Internet, just like in the ...
June 13, 2013 - The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News
- No big winners in Wednesday Lotto, Powerball drawings
Nobody won the major jackpots in the Louisiana Lotto Wednesday night.
June 13, 2013 - New Orleans Times-Picayune
- City's first nonpartisan races attract voters
Nobody knew exactly what to expect in Tuesday's first-of-its-kind nonpartisan mayoral primary. But city of Tulsa voters sure showed they were interested in taking part.
June 13, 2013 - Tulsa World
- Barack Obama in Wall Street Journal
Tony Rezko was a friend and supporter of mine for many years. These charges are completely unrelated to me, and nobody disputes that,Obama said at a news conference Monday in San Antonio.
- Gerardo Martino in The Associated Press
We practiced penalty kicks once, so nobody could say we weren't prepared,coach Gerardo Martino said. "But our executions weren't too good. You can't recreate the environment you'll face in a real game, with 40,000 fans."
- Regis Philbin in Kansas City Star
Darn it, I don't want to do it,Philbin said. "Nobody wants to do it, I guess. And I had a second opinion, I did all those things, and so they're all in agreement that it should be the bypass. And so that's what I'm going to do."