Also, nothing of the sort.
No, certainly not, as in Did you push Charlie?—Nothing of the kind! or Do you think the kids were trying to shoplift?—Nothing of the sort. [ Second half of 1800s ]
Not at all like what is mentioned or expected, as in They thought we would look them up, but we’d intended nothing of the kind. [ Second half of 1800s ]
- Nothing succeeds like success
Success breeds more success.
- Nothing to do with
see: have nothing to do with
- Nothing to it
adjective Very; a lot of: mucho dinero/wanting mucho nachos
- Nothing to sneeze at
noun high muckety-muck: Always used with big, high, etc: the way some of these big mucks do see: not to be sneezed at