[noh-hwair-dens, -wair-] /ˈnoʊ ʰwɛərˈdɛns, -wɛər-/
(of a set in a topological space) having a closure that contains no open set with any points in it; nondense.
[noh-hwairz, -wairz] /ˈnoʊ ʰwɛərz, -wɛərz/ adverb, Nonstandard. 1. . [noh-hwair, -wair] /ˈnoʊˌʰwɛər, -ˌwɛər/ adverb 1. in or at no place; not anywhere: The missing pen was nowhere to be found. 2. to no place: We went nowhere last weekend. noun 3. the state of nonexistence or seeming nonexistence: A gang of thieves appeared from nowhere. […]
[noh-hwairz-vil, -wairz-] /ˈnoʊ ʰwɛərzˌvɪl, -wɛərz-/ noun, Slang. 1. a remote or isolated town or village. 2. a job, position, rank, etc., completely lacking in status, recognition, or a chance for advancement. 3. anything unrealistic, impractical, or useless. noun See nowheresville adjective Inferior; tedious; drab: If you’re not with it, you’re nowhere/ rows of folding chairs, […]
[noh-hwith-er, -with-] /ˈnoʊˌʰwɪð ər, -ˌwɪð-/ adverb 1. to no place; nowhere: paths leading nowhither. /ˈnəʊˌwɪðə/ adverb 1. (archaic) to no place; to nowhere adv. “toward no place,” Old English nahwiðer; see no + whither.
[noh-win] /ˈnoʊˈwɪn/ adjective, Informal. 1. denoting a condition in which one cannot benefit, succeed, or win: a no-win situation; a no-win war. adjective 1. offering no possibility of a favourable outcome (esp in the phrase a no-win situation) adj. 1962, in reference to a situation where victory is impossible, from no + win. adjective Impossible […]