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no place

Definition of no place in English:

North American Nowhere.
Example sentences
  • Sidewalk vendors who have no place to sell lunches and snacks have nowhere to turn.
  • With plenty to do off the mountains, there is definitely no place like home.
  • We must buy or rent land and the building that sits upon it, or we have no place we can go.
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