None a. & pron.
1. No one; not one; not anything; -- frequently used also partitively, or as a plural, not any.
There is none that doeth good; no, not one. --Ps. xiv. 3.
Six days ye shall gather it, but on the seventh day, which is the Sabbath, in it there shall be none. --Ex. xvi. 26.
Terms of peace yet none
Vouchsafed or sought. --Milton.
None of their productions are extant. --Blair.
2. No; not any; -- used adjectively before a vowel, in old style; as, thou shalt have none assurance of thy life.
None of, not at all; not; nothing of; -- used emphatically. “They knew that I was none of the register that entered their admissions in the universities.” --Fuller.
None-so-pretty Bot., the Saxifraga umbrosa. See London pride (a), under London.
None, n. Same as Nones, 2.
adj : not any; "thou shalt have none other gods before me"
n 1: a canonical hour that is the ninth hour of the day counting
2: a service in the Roman Catholic Church formerly read or
chanted at 3 PM (the ninth hour counting from sunrise) but
now somewhat earlier
adv : not at all or in no way; "seemed none too pleased with his
dinner"; "shirt looked none the worse for having been
slept in"; "none too prosperous"; "the passage is none