nothing of the kind

Definition of nothing of the kind

  1. :  not at all like the thing mentioned :  nothing like the thing mentioned “He's really pretty arrogant, isn't he?” “No! He's nothing of the kind. He's a very friendly and helpful man.” This technology is completely new. Nothing of the kind has ever been seen before.

Word by Word Definitions

nothingplay
  1. :  not any thing :  no thing

    :  no part

    :  one of no interest, value, or consequence

  1. :  not at all :  in no degree

  1. :  something that does not exist

    :  the absence of all magnitude or quantity

    :  zero

  1. :  of no account :  worthless

kindplay
  1. :  a group united by common traits or interests :  category

    :  a specific or recognized variety

    :  a doubtful or barely admissible member of a category

  1. :  of a sympathetic or helpful nature

    :  of a forbearing nature :  gentle

    :  arising from or characterized by sympathy or forbearance


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