everybody vs nobody




  1. a person of no influence


No, Jack won't have nobody tell him what he can't ever be, even if he weren't born with a silver spoon in one end and an Harley Street hooter up the other.

Of course, this kid dreams of a place like this island, where nobody works except to keep house and pick wild blueberries and beachcomb.

He added: ‘As far as I know nobody was injured at the incident, although the football match was abandoned.’

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