nobody[ noh-bod-ee, -buhd-ee, -buh-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF nobody
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOBODY
They all admired and respected her, and nobody doubted the reality of her adventures.
What I hear at night is the creaking of stairs, when I know that nobody ought to be stirring.
Hope bade one and another run for a physician, but nobody stirred.
"Nobody ever thinks I see anything," said Aunt Jane, in some dejection.
I desired her to give it into her own hand, when nobody was by.
And as to your cant of living single, nobody will believe you.
He had been made a fool of, and would stand that from nobody.
And since I must not pity you, I will pity myself: for nobody else will.
Then even if it doesn't sell, even if nobody reads it, I will be content.
They shield him, too; nobody who wants to reach their hearts must blame him.