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His wealth was counted, multiplied by the ready naughts of those who know little and dread much.
I suppose you think I'm going to spin ye a yarn now, ye good-for-naughts, don't ye?
One player chooses to write "naughts" (o) and the other "crosses" (x).
Ye came ever straight from Luy-leckerland, the rich country of the happy do-naughts, the lickers up of never-ending sauces.
THE LEGEND OF ULENSPIEGELCHARLES DE COSTER
Then, like the lean kine of Pharaoh's dream, they would all march away and devour the fat naughts of the number 1,000.
Idler was the only one of these well-born good-for-naughts who ever turned his gifts to use.
THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
"My gate looks as if I'd been playing naughts and crosses on my paper," sighed Linda.

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judderverb (used without object) | [juhd-er ]SEE DEFINITION