[ UK /nˈɔːt/ ]
  1. a mathematical element that when added to another number yields the same number
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How To Use nought In A Sentence

  • Above: South Shore terminus with four Dreadnoughts in line abreast, demonstrating their legendary capacity to absorb crowds.
  • When Sir Beaumains heard him say thus, he said, Sir knight, thou art full large of my horse and my harness; I let thee wit it cost thee nought, and whether it liketh thee or not, this laund will I pass maugre thine head. Le Morte d'Arthur: Sir Thomas Malory's book of King Arthur and of his noble knights of the Round table
  • Nought is another way of saying zero.
  • But Mousie, thou art no thy lane, in proving foresight may be vain; the best-laid schemes o 'mice an' men gang aft agley, an 'lea'e us nought but grief an' pain, for promis'd joy. Roy M. Pitkin: Happy Birthday, Robert Burns
  • Net firms are in the process of moving to version 6 of the IP addressing scheme, which offers more than 3 undecillion individual numbers 3 with 38 noughts BBC News - Home
  • Nought is left undone but the inearthing of the dead.
  • It appears that the director made use of actual WW2 era (American?) destroyers and added some smoke stacks and flying bridges to them – to simulate Japanese pre-dreadnought ships. 2009 August 21 « Third Point of Singularity
  • No need to read this sheet and personally I believe that this jujement redned by a corrupted court under a corrupted judge and ploted by an industry of criminal parasites is beraly fgood enought to be use aas toilet paper. Pirate Bay verdict online: depth and detail
  • How am I supposed to get nostalgic for the early Noughties already? Times, Sunday Times
  • Sales rose by nought point four per cent last month.
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