Antonyms for nothings

Grammar : Noun
Spell : nuhth-ing
Phonetic Transcription : ˈnʌθ ɪŋ

Definition of nothings

Origin :
  • Old English naþing, naðinc, from nan "not one" (see none) + þing "thing" (see thing). Meaning "insignificant thing" is from c.1600. As an adverb from c.1200. As an adjective from 1961.
  • noun emptiness, nonexistence
  • noun emptiness
Example sentences :
  • Great things hang upon these nothings, so they should not be neglected.
  • Extract from : « Tales And Novels, Volume 8 (of 10) » by Maria Edgeworth
  • He was no longer Erik Dorn, man of words and mirror of nothings.
  • Extract from : « Erik Dorn » by Ben Hecht
  • Ha, there you are, you cantankerous little fabrication of nothings!
  • Extract from : « The Galaxy Primes » by Edward Elmer Smith
  • There are only two families in the world,—the have somethings and the have nothings.
  • Extract from : « Wit and Wisdom of Don Quixote » by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
  • There are a thousand and one nothings he may say at this time.
  • Extract from : « Conversation » by Mary Greer Conklin
  • No, my dear friend, you sall come sleep at my hotel, and you sall have nothings to pay.
  • Extract from : « Roger Ingleton, Minor » by Talbot Baines Reed
  • No, it is nothings to you, and you go away to fight for liberty,—ain't it?
  • Extract from : « Dr. Jonathan (A Play) » by Winston Churchill
  • Bancroft has been listening for the past hour and nothings come in.
  • Extract from : « The Radio Detectives Under the Sea » by A. Hyatt Verrill
  • My sister, she returned, trembling, nothings happened to her?
  • Extract from : « Under Cover » by Roi Cooper Megrue
  • I got something on the shortest wave-length, where nothings supposed to be.
  • Extract from : « Sally Scott of the Waves » by Roy J. Snell

Synonyms for nothings

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