Examples of nada in a Sentence
It won't cost you anything—zero, nothing, nada.
Recent Examples of nada from the Web
Commuters who live in Peters Creek and Eagle River and drive to work in Anchorage will have to pay much more than those living and working in town — and Valley drivers smart enough to gas up near home will pay nada, zip.
Who can forget Harold Camping, the Christian radio media mogul who picked two dates in 2011, hit the airwaves, put up billboards, solicited money — and nada.
The resolution, which carries absolutely no legal oomph — none, nada — was Assemblyman Christopher Constant's baby.
Sephora offers free samples for just about every type of product, makeup, fragrance, skincare — for nada.
There's absolutely zilch, nada, and nothing wrong with boobs.
School Superintendent Richard Woods, elected in 2014, raised nada this year for a 2018 run and had only $3,300 left in the bank.
Such rumblings come accompanied by not a shred of evidence, not an iota, nada, that Arrieta has used anything artificial.
Principally, the difference between what Americans save, which is nada, and investment, which is plentiful.
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Origin and Etymology of nada
First Known Use: 1867See Words from the same year
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