[ noh-nuhth-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF know-nothings

Antonyms for know-nothings

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A secret society, also political, was formed here, known as the Know-Nothings.

What do you mean, you know-nothings, by flattening the sail like that?

They were also called the Know-Nothings, that's what they always said.

The Know-Nothings, likewise, though their number had been steadily melting away, had not entirely disappeared.

The campaign was a crucial one, and the Know-Nothings never recovered from their defeat.

Mr. Toombs plunged at once into the canvass and proceeded, in his own vigorous way, to fight the Know-nothings.

As a part of the history of the times, it may be proper to give the rise and progress of the so-called order of "Know-Nothings."

But there is a party lately come into the field, and called the Know-nothings, which requires a special notice.

The Know-nothings arose and disappeared, without accomplishing anything.

The Americans or Know-Nothings everywhere put out in 1854 full tickets and showed at once surprising strength.