Antonyms

1. no-nonsense

adjective. not tolerating irrelevancies.

Antonyms

  • undock

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2. no-hit_game

noun. a game in which a pitcher allows the opposing team no hits.

Synonyms

  • baseball
  • baseball game

Antonyms

  • softball

3. nonsense

noun. ['ˈnɑːnsɛns'] a message that seems to convey no meaning.

Synonyms

  • stuff
  • stuff and nonsense
  • rigamarole
  • boloney
  • jabberwocky
  • taradiddle
  • empty words
  • tommyrot
  • meaninglessness
  • subject matter
  • cant
  • schmegegge
  • twaddle
  • crock
  • flummery
  • gibberish
  • absurdity
  • fa la
  • rigmarole
  • tarradiddle
  • bilgewater
  • nonsensicality
  • nonsense verse
  • poppycock
  • cobblers
  • piffle
  • palaver
  • empty talk
  • rhetoric
  • buzzword
  • bosh
  • incoherency
  • fiddle-faddle
  • hokum
  • drool
  • gibber
  • bunk
  • substance
  • unintelligibility
  • message
  • incoherence
  • content
  • fal la
  • hot air
  • humbug
  • balderdash
  • mummery
  • hooey
  • absurdness
  • ridiculousness
  • amphigory
  • tosh
  • shmegegge

Antonyms

  • approval
  • disapproval
  • stand still
  • clean

Etymology

  • non- (English)
  • non (Latin)
  • sense (English)
  • sense (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. nonsense

adjective. ['ˈnɑːnsɛns'] having no intelligible meaning.

Synonyms

  • nonmeaningful
  • meaningless

Antonyms

  • insulator
  • conductor
  • unclog

Etymology

  • non- (English)
  • non (Latin)
  • sense (English)
  • sense (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. no-goal

noun. a nonexistent goal.

Synonyms

  • end

Antonyms

  • phase in
  • open

6. no.

noun. the number designating place in an ordered sequence.

Synonyms

  • ordinal
  • number 1
  • number
  • first
  • ordinal number

Antonyms

  • cardinal
  • majority
  • minority
  • Roman numeral

7. no

adjective. ['ˈnoʊ'] quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns for indicating a complete or almost complete lack or zero quantity of.

Synonyms

  • none
  • nary

Antonyms

  • some
  • latter
  • cardinal

Etymology

  • no (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. no

adverb. ['ˈnoʊ'] referring to the degree to which a certain quality is present.

Antonyms

  • minority

Etymology

  • no (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. no

noun. ['ˈnoʊ'] a negative.

Antonyms

  • yes

Etymology

  • no (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. no

noun. the number designating place in an ordered sequence.

Synonyms

  • ordinal
  • number 1
  • number
  • first
  • ordinal number

Antonyms

  • Arabic numeral
  • unoriginal
  • late
  • middle
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