[ UK /zˈɪlt‍ʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈzɪɫtʃ/ ]
  1. a quantity of no importance
    we racked up a pathetic goose egg
    reduced to nil all the work we had done
    I didn't hear zilch about it
    it was all for naught
    it looked like nothing I had ever seen before
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How To Use zilch In A Sentence

  • Not a sound, not a mutter, not a murmur, not a syllable has passed through its member's lips, and those lips are being paid $100,000 a year for doing zilch - nothing.
  • So mythicism is compared to creationism, although even historicists say the evidence for Jesus is 'zilch'. Gods, Gospels, and Gotta Think of a Third "G"
  • Even with what she admits is "zilch" official mountain climbing training, Gina feels it's an important step to walk the walk she talks everyday. Annemarie Dooling: Twitter Superstar Combats World Issues With Mobile Reactions
  • It might explain your perception that we have accomplished "zilch". Why Don't These People Blame Barney Frank?!
  • In real life, the chances of my being able to dance anything more complex than a two-step are close to zilch.
  • Scottish architects have done zilch for the past 100 years.
  • I simply wanted to point out my lack of experience, i.e. zilch and zero, of attending major rock concerts.
  • Glynis knows zilch about art and Hersh is a cultural snob with sinusitis. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS
  • An empty-headed outrage that achieved the usual zilch and is now well forgotten of course, but that's not the point.
  • There are MANY mentally ill prisoners in the prison system – and I can assure you that absolutely zilch is being done for them. pseudonymous in nc Says: Matthew Yglesias » Prisons and Mental Institutions Revisited
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