Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of nithing.

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Examples

  • How fine a touch it is that refuses to the outlaw's murderer the price set upon Grettir's head, because the getting of it was through a "nithings-deed," the murder of a dying man!

    The Influence of Old Norse Literature on English Literature

  • Those who practice it are nithings-homo sapiens by birth but subhuman monsters by choice-that resemble lice, cockroaches, rats, and similar vermin that kill, steal, and destroy everything that Civilization creates, noting in favor of the rats and lice that they could not help being born that way while the militant "Muslims" choose to be that way.

    Israpundit

  • Islam 1.0, as practiced by the nithings who want the UN to criminalize any criticism of it, is still a primitive death cult that requires human sacrifices through suicide bombing, stoning women to death for mostly imaginary crimes, mass murder, cowardice, sadistic cruelty, destruction, and mindless and savage violence.

    Israpundit

  • Islam 1.0, as practiced by the nithings who want the UN to criminalize any criticism of it, is still a primitive death cult that requires human sacrifices through suicide bombing, stoning women to death for mostly imaginary crimes, mass murder, cowardice, sadistic cruelty, destruction, and mindless and savage violence.

    Israpundit

  • Those who practice it are nithings -- homo sapiens by birth but subhuman monsters by choice -- that resemble lice, cockroaches, rats, and similar vermin that kill, steal, and destroy everything that Civilization creates, noting in favor of the rats and lice that they could not help being born that way while the militant "Muslims" choose to be that way.

    Israpundit

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