[nuhth-ing-nis] /ˈnʌθ ɪŋ nɪs/
the state of being .
something that is nonexistent:
a view of humanity as suspended between infinity and nothingness.
lack of being; nonexistence:
The sound faded into nothingness.
unconsciousness or death:
She remembered a dizzy feeling, then nothingness.
utter insignificance, emptiness, or worthlessness; triviality:
The days followed one another in an endless procession of nothingness.
something insignificant or without value.
the state or condition of being nothing; nonexistence
absence of consciousness or life
complete insignificance or worthlessness
something that is worthless or insignificant
“nonexistence,” 1630s, from nothing + -ness.
[noh-tuhng-gyuh-lit, -leyt] /noʊˈtʌŋ gyə lɪt, -ˌleɪt/ noun, adjective 1. .
[noh-tuh s] /ˈnoʊ təs/ noun 1. the ancient Greek personification of the south wind. /ˈnəʊtəs/ noun 1. (classical myth) a personification of the south or southwest wind
- Not what it is cracked up to be
adjective phrase Of low quality; inferior or unsatisfactory (1836+)
[not-with-stan-ding, -with-] /ˌnɒt wɪðˈstæn dɪŋ, -wɪθ-/ preposition 1. in spite of; without being opposed or prevented by: Notwithstanding a brilliant defense, he was found guilty. She went to the game anyway, doctor’s orders notwithstanding. conjunction 2. in spite of the fact that; although: It was the same material, notwithstanding the texture seemed different. adverb 3. […]