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not give (or care) a hoot (informal) to be entirely indifferent; not be at all concerned.
no thanks to without the help of (a source from which help might have been expected).
nothing not anything; no thing. [7 definitions]
nothing doing indeed not. [2 definitions]
nothingness absence of being; nonexistence. [3 definitions]
not hold a candle to to not be nearly as good or worthy as.
notice warning, news, or indication of something, esp. in written or printed form. [7 definitions]
noticeable easily noticed; evident; apparent. [2 definitions]
noticeboard (chiefly British) a board on which items such as notices or advertisements are displayed; bulletin board.
notification the act or an instance of giving notice; notifying. [3 definitions]
notify to give notice to; tell or inform, esp. formally.
notion an idea, opinion, or view. [3 definitions]
notional of, pertaining to, or expressing an idea. [3 definitions]
notochord a rod-shaped grouping of cells that forms the central supporting structure of chordate animals and of the embryos of vertebrates, in which it develops into the spinal column.
notoriety the condition or quality of being widely known or spoken of, esp. for something unfavorable or bad.
notorious widely known or spoken of, esp. for something unfavorable or bad.
Notre Dame de Paris a renowned cathedral in Paris, France, generally known simply as "Notre Dame." Construction of the Gothic-style cathedral began in the twelfth century.
no-trump of a hand or contract in bridge, to be played without specifying a trump suit. [2 definitions]
not to mention and also; in addition.
notum a dorsal plate or part on an insect segment, esp. the thorax.
notwithstanding in spite of; despite. [3 definitions]