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noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
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Example sentences from the Web for nones
Growth of the nones is a hot topic among American evangelicals.
In contrast, religious “nones” are a rising political force, and are at home within the Democratic Party.
Meanwhile, religious “nones” and “others” are now a fifth of those who go to the polls.
"She has actually had a nones—six candles have been burning for days before the image," said Venturita.The Fourth Estate, vol.1|Armando Palacio Valds
And not a dewdrop fell from grass till midday, and wind would not touch a beast's tail until nones.
Eubulus was also reserved to the nones of March, and was then cast to the beasts.The Lives of the Saints, Volume III (of 16): March|Sabine Baring-Gould
Nones (Latin nonae, from nonus, the ninth,) the ninth day before the Ides.Our Calendar|George Nichols Packer
The library was to be open to the public every week day for two hours before Nones (or nine), and for two hours after Nones.Old English Libraries|Ernest Savage