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none


  3  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  None  \None\,  a.  &  pron.  [OE.  none,  non,  nan,  no  na  AS  n[=a]n, 
  fr  ne  not  +  [=a]n  one  ?.  See  {No},  a.  &  adv.,  {One},  and 
  cf  {Non-},  {Null},  a.] 
  1.  No  one  not  one  not  anything  --  frequently  used  also 
  partitively,  or  as  a  plural,  not  any 
 
  There  is  none  that  doeth  good;  no  not  one  --Ps. 
  xiv.  3. 
 
  Six  days  ye  shall  gather  it  but  on  the  seventh  day 
  which  is  the  Sabbath,  in  it  there  shall  be  none. 
  --Ex.  xvi.  26. 
 
  Terms  of  peace  yet  none  Vouchsafed  or  sought. 
  --Milton. 
 
  None  of  their  productions  are  extant.  --Blair. 
 
  2.  No  not  any  --  used  adjectively  before  a  vowel,  in  old 
  style;  as  thou  shalt  have  none  assurance  of  thy  life. 
 
  {None  of},  not  at  all  not  nothing  of  --  used  emphatically. 
  ``They  knew  that  I  was  none  of  the  register  that  entered 
  their  admissions  in  the  universities.''  --Fuller. 
 
  {None-so-pretty}  (Bot.),  the  {Saxifraga  umbrosa}.  See  {London 
  pride} 
  (a),  under  {London}. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  None  \None\,  n.  [F.] 
  Same  as  {Nones},  2. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  none 
  adv  :  not  at  all  or  in  no  way  "seemed  none  too  pleased  with  his 
  dinner";  "shirt  looked  none  the  worse  for  having  been 
  slept  in";  "none  too  prosperous";  "the  passage  is  none 
  too  clear" 




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