also noplace, “place which does not exist,” 1929, from no + place (n.).
adjective Dull and tedious; deadsville noun A small, unimportant town; jerk town (1950s+ Students)
/ˈnəʊˌpəʊ/ noun acronym 1. no person operation; driverless trains suggested as a means of increasing the efficiency of some railway systems
- No prize package
noun phrase A person or thing of little worth, interest, charm; no bargain: He’s well qualified on paper, but no prize package (1940s+)
[nawr; unstressed ner] /nɔr; unstressed nər/ conjunction 1. (used in negative phrases, especially after neither, to introduce the second member in a series, or any subsequent member): Neither he nor I will be there. They won’t wait for you, nor for me, nor for anybody. 2. (used to continue the force of a negative, as […]