Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • A simplified spelling of null.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Law) No; not any

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They are only going to treat you as an undesirable alien, stamp "nul" on your passport and heave you on to the first ship or plane pointing towards the North American continent.

    Funeral In Berlin

  • When I tried to print nothing happened and I noticed that it was printing to "nul".

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  • Baghdad has said they are nul and void because they need approval by the central government, while the Kurds say they are in line with the country's new constitution.

    Iraq Won't Cancel ExxonMobil Deal

  • C'est parce que le travail que recherche le hobo est par essence mobile et saisonnier (travaux publics, moissons, etc.) qu'il adopte précisément ce mode de vie et nul autre.

    Music

  • C'est parce que le travail que recherche le hobo est par essence mobile et saisonnier (travaux publics, moissons, etc.) qu'il adopte précisément ce mode de vie et nul autre.

    Values

  • October 24th, 2009 at 11: 32 pm sa pu la merde il et nul

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  • C'est parce que le travail que recherche le hobo est par essence mobile et saisonnier (travaux publics, moissons, etc.) qu'il adopte précisément ce mode de vie et nul autre.

    Max

  • Lotus, like Virgin and HRT, could be duffers in the Eurovision because after eight races they have, between them, accumulated nul points.

    Lotus conjure memories of Sixties' heyday with return to Silverstone

  • The students were chatty and had gone through a miraculous transformation from feeling nul to being inspired by their new English skills.

    Guest post 13 – Bethany Cagnol on teaching English in France… « Ken Wilson's Blog

  • They have been brainwashed into thinking the French are “nul en langues,” so why surrender themselves to the torture of revealing that fact with tourists, or worse, in front of their co-workers during a professional training course?

    2010 April « Ken Wilson's Blog

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