He filled in the figure two below, and straggling 28 noughts for the cents.
I will not insert the first figure; but two noughts followed it.
The wise men in a nation are as the units with the noughts in front of them.
The lighted streets, crossing at right angles, formed a pattern below them like the diagram for the game of noughts and crosses.
"Noughts and Crosses" is playable anywhere; all that is needed is a piece of paper—a newspaper will do—and a pencil.
A blank book for "Noughts and Crosses," with the framework all ready, can now be obtained.
This game is called “Noughts and Crosses,” in London, probably from those marks being used in the game.
In seven years and one month he insists on that very thing, and votes for it, with his crowd of noughts behind him.
He spent his time trying to persuade Strang to take an interest in Noughts and Crosses.
I've no doubt you'll find the place carpeted with zeros and hung with noughts and ciphers.