nonentity[ non-en-ti-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF nonentity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NONENTITY
You can't put her off with Mrs. Theobald; she knows as well as we do that she is a nonentity.
I can't think of any one you know—not a nonentity—but I should like to bring a friend, if I may.
Anything to get me out of this hell of deceit, nonentity namelessness.
In Europe, as you know, till a woman is married she is a nonentity.
Compare "pseudonym," where the prefix is contracted, and "nonentity."
A public nuisance is really more respectable than a nonentity.
And even if a thing is a thing, it is a nothing to a nonentity.
An unfecundated egg, which the waves of time wash away into nonentity.
Entity means thing or being; hence a nonentity is no thing or nothing.
The marine officer, Mr Tusk, was a nonentity put into a red jacket.