Synonyms for neither

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEITHER

Without knowing why, they understood perfectly now that neither had been ingenuous.

“Moors be not all black, neither be they all worshippers of Mahound,” replied Ambrose.

That, however, is neither here nor there: but it got within two blocks of there at 11.25.

Not expecting to be absent more than a few days, we had neither rations nor rugs.

The Constitution is neither a legislative crazy-quilt nor a receptacle of fads.

The captain had assured him that neither his wife nor son knew aught of his savings.

Neither will it satisfy me to have her exist merely in idea.

Neither made any reference to the little scene of the night before.

Although my heart was ready to burst, yet could I neither weep nor speak.

After what she had done for Prissie, if she had a dying wish—But neither of them had thought of her.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English nawþer, contraction of nahwæþer, literally "not of two," from na "no" (see no) + hwæþer "which of two" (see whether). Spelling altered c.1200 by association with either. Paired with nor from c.1300; earlier with ne. Also used in Old English as a pronoun. As an adjective, mid-14c.

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conjunctionand not
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