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nobody

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EtymologyEdit

no +‎ body

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nobody

  1. Not any person; the logical negation of somebody.
    I asked several people, but nobody knew how.
    Nobody called or visited that day.

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  • Nobody has a lower degree of formality than no one.

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NounEdit

nobody (plural nobodies)

  1. Someone who is not important or well-known.
    Whether you're a nobody or a player, everyone in Tinseltown wants to be King of Hollywood! - Conquering Hollywood

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