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no one

pronoun as in no person

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We just have to look at things that no one has to see every day.

We honor treaties that date back some 200 years despite no one being alive who signed those treaties.

Although no one could have imagined it at the time, the 1996 legislation made possible the explosive growth of the modern internet.

Although the name change is one of the most significant actions the club has taken in years, no one talked about the name change before or after the vote other than to discuss the mechanics of the vote.

What that means is that startups can use state filings in lieu of federal filings, and those are essentially invisible since literally no one besides me and a few other journalists in the world read state securities filings.

“In the camp no-one knows themselves,” muses the monstrous commandant.

The absurdity of the prefix is immediately clear in that no-one ever speaks of “working fathers.”

Heartbreaking it was, but no-one can deny the courage of the U.S. football team, and the passion of their supporters.

“No-one, of whatever age, should ever have to witness what we saw,” one refugee writes.

I have written before that no-one is suggesting that William become a vegetarian.

The innocent Sunday fun is not "the kind of thing no-one would think of doing."

No born gentleman, no-one with the most rudimentary promptings of a gentleman would stoop to such particularly loathsome conduct.

And it had rotted all his poor flesh, and no-one durst go near him to remedy it.

Loki said that there was not much hope of that, because no-one could get into Freyja's bower against her will.

Frequent pardons mean that crime will soon need them no longer, and no-one can help seeing whither that leads.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to no one, such as: nobody, not anybody, not anyone, and not one.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.