nobody


1no·body

pronoun \ˈnō-bə-dē, -ˌbä-dē\

: no person

Full Definition of NOBODY

:  no person :  not anybody

Examples of NOBODY

  1. Nobody could answer my question.
  2. I guess I'll have to volunteer because it's clear nobody else will.

First Known Use of NOBODY

14th century

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2nobody

noun

: someone who is not important or has no influence

plural no·bod·ies

Full Definition of NOBODY

:  a person of no influence or consequence

Examples of NOBODY

  1. He was a nobody in high school.
  2. <tired of feeling like a nobody, she decided to launch her own business>

First Known Use of NOBODY

1581

Rhymes with NOBODY

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