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noun as in nothing

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The social nullity of the virus shutdowns wiped out distractions and enclosed him and his new teammates in a bubble.

Being admired, this is no time to let it slip that Dad is an utter sports nullity.

The conservative record is one of tragedy and moral nullity.

Both conditions, especially the second, render the whole project a nullity.

The whole scene breathed boredom, the man embarrassed by the consciousness of his nullity, the woman tired of her dismal visitor.

That renunciation was therefore a nullity; and no swearing, no signing, no sealing, could turn that nullity into a reality.

I do not understand that my associates consider it a nullity—certainly they could not have so considered it when it was passed.

Hitherto he was lost in the world of Appearance; but when he thinks of it, he separates himself from it, and sees its nullity.

A divorce case—or, rather, I think a nullity case is what it would be called.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nullity, such as: cipher, naught, nonentity, zero, and zilch.

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