- no person; not anyone; nobody: No one is home.
Origin of no one
First recorded in 1595–1605
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Examples from the Web for no-one
The absurdity of the prefix is immediately clear in that no-one ever speaks of “working fathers.”The New Right-Wing Idol: Working Moms
July 16, 2014
Heartbreaking it was, but no-one can deny the courage of the U.S. football team, and the passion of their supporters.Home of the (Footballing) Brave: The U.S. Bested Britain in World Cup Spirit
July 7, 2014
“No-one, of whatever age, should ever have to witness what we saw,” one refugee writes.Remembering the Fall of Saigon and Vietnam’s Mass ‘Boat People’ Exodus
April 30, 2014
I have written before that no-one is suggesting that William become a vegetarian.Prince William's Bloodsports Problem
February 10, 2014
An elderly ‘coloured’ woman said, to no-one in particular, “No, that little boy has nothing to worry about.”South Africa Kicks Off Week Of Mourning Mandela
December 9, 2013
No-one can remain a Home Ruler when he understands the subject.Ireland as It Is
Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
But I can only come on condition that no-one knows anything about it.Jewish Children
Sholem Naumovich Rabinovich
On such an occasion as this no-one would have thought of referring to it as school.Tommy Tregennis
Mary Elizabeth Phillips
No-one of them equals Istlf or Astarghach; these must be the Fol.
Let no-one on either side make talk or allusion to the other.
- no person; nobody