American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of eastern Greece near the Aegean Sea. The chief city of ancient Thessaly, it was later part of the Byzantine Empire, Serbia, and Ottoman Turkey (until 1881). Population: 124,000.
“You're always going to have a lot of naysayer's--we always had a lot of naysayer's--when you're starting out, with people telling you that you'll never make it.”
“JJ: I always tell people just to listen to their gut, listen to their heart, and don't listen to any naysayer's that tell you that you can't do something or tell you what you're doing isn't good or isn't correct.”
“While we breathe we hope and in spite of the naysayer's biquitous chorus of dissonance, I believe that we can win this battle.”
“These naysayer's your comment won't make a difference you guys said that 3d won't work and this movie will fail at box office but as far as I see the box office numbers tell the truth about the movie Avatar and it's success in 3d .”
“The naysayer's response is "what a waste," declaring that only physical approaches such as replacement of nicotine or other prescription medicines will help.”
“Chris Wallace summed-up the naysayer's position quite nicely... rbdwiggins”
“I like the inspiring tale but the emergence of these cultural booms in the face of such danger is not any less of a story than the danger itself, in this naysayer's naysaying.”
“It isn't smart to be unaware of your naysayer's and detractor's.”
“Just the way it looks will put a smile on any naysayer's face.”
“That pessimistic thinking is a naysayer's paradise and offers very little that is useful to solutions-oriented discussions.”
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