Definition of naught
When naught remained of the wound but the scar, the flow of light to the wound stopped, flowing about her hands, then vanished.
the digit 0; zero.
Those naughts and ones are then what we call modulated, or carried if you like, as a passenger on a radio frequency signal.
Example of naught
‘He is my little brother, he is naught but seven years old,’ Katrina spoke up as she rose from her chair.
‘I seek naught but to rule alongside my mother over this land,’ Rene said simply.
Against our resolve, their millions shall count for naught .
And Unless we keep this planet healthy, everything else is for naught .
As Lucretius has stated, naught from naught can be created.
But if the proposition is that State amendment rules can displace and effectively set at nought the Commonwealth limitation, then we obviously would have difficulty and reject that proposition.
But suddenly, your preparation seems like it was all for naught .
But these were naught but the idle dreams of a fanciful girl.
Chris' expression betrayed naught but the purest innocence.
First, think of a person who lives in disguise, who deals in secrets and tells naught but lies.