noteworthy, adj. 1. notable, remarkable, signal, outstanding. See - notable (def. 1).
2. extraordinary, unusual, exceptional, out-of-the-ordinary. See - notable (def. 2).
nothing, n. 1. naught, none, none whatsoever, nothing at all, nothing under the sun, nothing on earth; no such thing, nil, SI. nix, SI. zilch, SI. scratch, SI. squat, SI. diddly, SI. diddly-squat; Latin, nihil, Fr. rien, Sp. nada, Ger. nichts, Russ, nichevo.
2. no trace, no sign, no mark, no trail; no hint, no clue, no scent, no whiff, no smell; no part, no share, not any, not a bit, not a scrap, Inf. not a lick, all gone, the last drop; not a speck, not an ounce, not a thing, Inf. not a blessed thing, not a particle.
3. nothingness, nullity, nihility, nonexistence. See - nothingness (def. 1).
4. unimportance, insignificance, inconsequentiality, triviality, frivolity; worthlessness, nugacity, emptiness, pointlessness, superficiality; uselessness, ineffectuality, ineffectiveness, valuelessness; immateriality, inconsiderableness, inappreciableness; trifling, dalliance, inessential, no great matter, no big thing, mere nothing, technicality; trivia, details, fiddle-faddle, red tape, air, hot air; bagatelle, trinket, trumpery, gim-crack, gewgaw, whimwham, knickknack, bauble.
5. nobody, unimportant person, obscurity, mediocrity, Inf nobody much; insignificancy, common man, man on the street, little man, little guy; jackstraw, dummy, lay figure, SI. nebbish, SI. schlepp, squirt, pip-squeak; second fiddle, no great shakes, small fry, SI. small potatoes, little fish in a big pond; John Doe, Richard Roe, John Q. Public, (in England) John Bull, Joe Blow.
6. cipher, zero, aught, naught, no runs, no score, no tally; SI. zip, SI. goose egg, SI. the big 0, Cricket SI. duck, Tennis, love.
7. for nothing a. free, gratis, no charge, without charge; gratuitously, for free, for the love of it.
b. for no reason, unthinkingly, reasonlessly, unreasoningly; impulsively, rashly, quickly, impetuously, c. futilely, vainly, needlessly, unnecessarily, uselessly, purposelessly; to no avail, to no purpose, to little purpose.
8. make nothing of a. treat lightly, think nothing of, think no more of, overlook, dismiss, forget; take it easy, don't bother about it, don't give it a second thought, don't give it another thought, put out of mind.
b. not comprehend, not understand, find hard to understand, find hard to grasp; not get the idea, SI. not dig, not know what to make of, not get it through one's head; not be able to make heads or tails of, not see the forest for the trees. -adv. 9. not at all, in no degree, not in the least, never; noway, noways, nowise, by no means, Inf. no how; not nearly, nowhere near, not by a long shot, by no stretch of the imagnination; on no account, in no respect, under no circumstances, in no case.
10. nothing but only, solely, simply, merely; plainly, just, barely, purely.
nothingness, n. 1. nihility, nullity, nonexistence, Fr. n&ant, existencelessness; nonreality, nonlife, unreality, unactuality; incorporeality, insubstantiality, nonsubsistence, inexistence; nonentity, inessentiality, nonbeing, immateriality, imponderability, impalpability, intangibility, imperceptibility; oblivion, void, blank, space, vacuum, empty space, outer space, infinity, emptiness; absence, nonpresence, nowhereness, nonoccupancy, vacancy.
2. unconsciousness, insensibility, insentience, senselessness, imperception, impercipience, obtuseness; numbness, unfeeling, narcosis, anesthesia, pins and needles; death, deadness, dullness; coma, catalepsy, catatony, sleep, lipothymy.