Examples of nothingness in a Sentence
He was staring into nothingness.
The sound faded into nothingness.
Recent Examples of nothingness from the Web
The quaint interludes between balls regularly put in play have become yawning gaps of nothingness.
The piece was appealing, with unexpected clamoring from brass and gong, the fortissimo climax spiraling, like sparks, into nothingness.
You’ll also get steeped in the history of humanity rather than in the world of nothingness, like what [new god] Mr. World represents or the media.
A terrace can be simply a flat outdoor space perfect for leisurely nothingness, or elaborate areas with classic columns.
Ford’s know-nothingness was always a problem, but those who loved and supported him couldn’t have cared less.
In the absence of presidential leadership, the most fiscally conservative House Republicans have stepped forward to demand that the health care law be whittled to near nothingness.
Waists tapered into nothingness, and buttocks were platonically ideal.
And this isn’t the only time herds of dinosaurs have vanished into nothingness.
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First Known Use of nothingness
NOTHINGNESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nothingness for English Language Learners
: empty space
: the state of being no longer seen, heard, or felt
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