providing or including basic services and necessities without any additional features or amenities:
Food and beverages are not covered by the low no-frills air fare.
unadorned; simple; plain; spare:
a straightforward, no-frills package of health-care benefits.
offering only a basic service in order to keep costs low: a no-frills airline
1957, from no + frills. The expression no thrills meaning “without extra flourishes or ornamentation” is in use from 1870s; the original notion probably is of plain clothing.
Man with no frills (American) a plain person, a man without culture or refinement. An amiable term to express a vulgar fellow. [Albert Barrere and Charles G. Leland, “A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant,” Ballantyne Press, 1890]
Restricted to the essentials; without frivolous ornamentation or flourishes: Imagine a no-frills warehouse crossed with an abattoir (1960+)
[nog] /nɒg/ noun 1. any beverage made with beaten eggs, usually with alcoholic liquor; . 2. a strong ale formerly brewed in Norfolk, England. [nog] /nɒg/ noun 1. a block of wood, as one inserted into brickwork to provide a hold for nails. 2. any wooden peg, pin, or block. 3. Also, nogging. one of […]
splendour, one of David’s sons, born at Jerusalem (1 Chr. 3:7).
[noh-gahy] /ˈnoʊ gaɪ/ noun, plural Nogais (especially collectively) Nogai for 1. 1. a member of a people living in the Caucasus region. 2. the Turkic language of the Nogai people.
[naw-gah-koo] /ˈnɔ gɑˈku/ noun, (often lowercase) Japanese. 1. .