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none2 British & World English

A service forming part of the Divine Office of the Western Christian Church, traditionally said (or chanted) at the ninth hour of the day (3 p.m.)

none English Thesaurus

none of the fish are unusual

bar none British & World English

With no exceptions

all-or-none British & World English

another way of saying all-or-nothing.

second to none British & World English

The best, worst, fastest, etc.

none other than British & World English

Used to emphasize the surprising identity of a person or thing

be none the wiser British & World English

Not understand something, even though it has been explained

none the worse for British & World English

Not adversely affected by

will have none of something British & World English

Refuse to accept a particular thing, especially a person’s behaviour

all-or-none in all British & World English

another way of saying all-or-nothing.

second to none in second1 British & World English

The best, worst, fastest, etc.

be none the wiser in wise1 British & World English

Not understand something, even though it has been explained

there's none so blind as those who will not see British & World English

There’s no point trying to reason with someone who does not want to listen to reason

none other than in none1 British & World English

Used to emphasize the surprising identity of a person or thing

nonetheless British & World English

In spite of that; nevertheless

none the less in nonetheless British & World English

In spite of that; nevertheless

none the … in none English Thesaurus

the family wrote to the Home Secretary for information but were left none the wiser

jack of all trades British & World English

A person who can do many different types of work but who is not necessarily very competent at any of them

will have none of something in none1 British & World English

Refuse to accept a particular thing, especially a person’s behaviour

absolutely no/none in absolutely English Thesaurus

there was absolutely no room for it

second to none in second1 English Thesaurus

the hotel offers a level of service that is second to none

be none or not any the wiser in wise1 British & World English

Not understand something, even though it has been explained

jack of all trades in jack1 British & World English

A person who can do many different types of work but who is not necessarily very competent at any of them

will have or want none of something in none1 British & World English

Refuse to accept a particular thing, especially a person’s behaviour

there's none so blind as those who will not see in blind British & World English

There’s no point trying to reason with someone who does not want to listen to reason