[ UK /nˌɒnˈɛntɪti/ ]
[ US /nɑˈnɛntəti/ ]
  1. a person of no influence
  2. the state of not existing
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How To Use nonentity In A Sentence

  • What mysterious force or invisible hand guided the embryo's journey from nonentity to individual?
  • Schiödte, a Danish entomologist, has, it seems to us, forever settled the question as to whether the louse bites the flesh or sucks blood, and decides a point interesting to physicians, _i. e._, that the loathsome disease called phthiriasis is a nonentity. Our Common Insects A Popular Account of the Insects of Our Fields, Forests, Gardens and Houses
  • At strategy sessions of the Bush-Cheney campaign he was a "nonentity," recalled one Bush adviser. INNER CIRCLE
  • In 1789, Robespierre was a political nonentity, and he was also a monarchist.
  • “Without the cathedral, Kingsbridge would be nothing, the priory would sink back into obscurity, and Philip would once again be a nonentity, which is what he deserves.” The Pillars of the Earth
  • Loved the bit where the current Foreign Secretary pop-gun parts boycotter to Israel is ignored as a nonentity who will, doubtless, be gone and forgotten after a May election. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • The rivers of emancipated men neither disembogue into the ocean of spirit nor evaporate into the abyss of nonentity, but are blended with infinitude as an ontological integer. The Destiny of the Soul A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life
  • She was once a political nonentity, but has since won a formidable reputation as a determined campaigner.
  • Before embarking on a political career in September 1919 at the age of thirty, Adolf Hitler had been a nonentity.
  • Joe McElderry – Shuddering nonentity from the north-east. X Factor Final Betting Odds – Journey South Odds
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