no-count


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Adj.1.no-count - without merit; "a sorry horse"; "a sorry excuse"; "a lazy no-count, good-for-nothing goldbrick"; "the car was a no-good piece of junk"
worthless - lacking in usefulness or value; "a worthless idler"
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Now, the words little and a little are usually used for uncountable or no-count or mass nouns.
To di Robilant's great credit, he includes the passage from Hemingway's son Gregory's memoirs deriding the Venetian aristocracy, which implicates his own family: "Count So-and-So usually turned out to be a no-count nothing" (qtd.
It was a team effort, of course, even as unabashed praise was heaped on Garcia and Neri (even-par 36 points each in the crucial Round 4), Dy (35), Sarmiento (33) and Sytiongsa (an equally stunning no-count 32) for their final-day heroism leading to their impressive nine-point, final winning margin over Southwoods.
He found another way of depicting women as put-upon victims of selfish, greedy, cruel and no-count men, and reason for empowering them --single motherhood.