least of all

  1. especially not
    nobody, least of all Joe, agreed with me
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How To Use least of all In A Sentence

  • Writers who whitewash the facts in order to present their side of a story don't do anyone any good, least of all their own followers.
  • Art, in its highest expression, explains our existence to us, both the particularities of the artist's own time and the universals of all time, or at least of all human history.
  • He has never courted approval, least of all affection, but has continued to stare straight ahead with his own goals always in view, to be attained in his way.
  • THEY say no one is irreplaceable - least of all in sport, where new heroes always emerge. The Sun
  • States and boundaries disappear while new ones emerge, the world is being reapportioned and nobody, least of all the German government, is prepared to stay on the sidelines.
  • He gave least of all towards the wedding present.
  • No one had the ability to knock him from that pedestal, least of all Todd.
  • I've got a few clean-up issues to attend to, not least of all my need to "jettison" (to borrow Bill's oh-so-apt word choice) the frame story - which is something I've been thinking about ever since moriarty6 suggested the same. Bipolar Bear could take over the world, if she could only get out of bed
  • No one is benefiting, least of all your beloved son. Times, Sunday Times
  • Life is no bed of roses for the new dealer, least of all if female and of a gullible disposition.
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