[ UK /nˈə‍ʊbɒdˌi/ ]
[ US /ˈnoʊˌbɑˌdi, ˈnoʊbədi/ ]
  1. a person of no influence
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How To Use nobody In A Sentence

  • 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. Jack Scallywag
  • Of course, this kid dreams of a place like this island, where nobody works except to keep house and pick wild blueberries and beachcomb. Diary
  • He added: ‘As far as I know nobody was injured at the incident, although the football match was abandoned.’
  • She will be nobody's stooge, least of all Washington's.
  • The term Great Depression was a perfect fit in the 1930s; nobody has coined a phrase to properly describe our current plight. Dispatch.com: RSS
  • There is nobody to direct the workers.
  • When in the following October the nobody met Katsu Kaishu, the enlightened commissioners of the shogun's navy, it might have been with intent to assassinate him.
  • He found that nobody could speak English.
  • Nobody, not even the young actress girlfriend of the main detective, is dressed to impress. Tin Boxes
  • Nobody lets you out of a side turning. Times, Sunday Times
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