Nostromo



[no-stroh-moh] /nɒˈstroʊ moʊ/

noun
1.
a novel (1904) by Joseph Conrad.

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  • Nostrum

    [nos-truh m] /ˈnɒs trəm/ noun 1. a medicine sold with false or exaggerated claims and with no demonstrable value; quack medicine. 2. a scheme, theory, device, etc., especially one to remedy social or political ills; panacea. 3. a medicine made by the person who recommends it. 4. a patent medicine. [mah-re nohs-troo m; English mair-ee […]

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    [nos-truh m] /ˈnɒs trəm/ noun 1. a medicine sold with false or exaggerated claims and with no demonstrable value; quack medicine. 2. a scheme, theory, device, etc., especially one to remedy social or political ills; panacea. 3. a medicine made by the person who recommends it. 4. a patent medicine. /ˈnɒstrəm/ noun 1. a patent […]



  • No such thing

    1. Nothing like that, nothing of the kind, as in We’ve been looking for a car without air-conditioning, but no such thing is available. [ Mid-1500s ] 2. On the contrary, certainly not, as in You thought I was quitting? No such thing! [ Mid-1700s ]

  • No-sweat

    [noh-swet] /ˈnoʊˈswɛt/ adjective, Informal. 1. requiring little effort; easy: a no-sweat job.



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