no-mark

no-mark

n
slang Brit an insignificant or worthless person
[C20: from 'someone who makes no mark']
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His natural expression was a red-ragged challenged to every violent no-mark in the vicinity
To say Saints' start was stuttering would be doing stutters a disservice as they quickly scraped the bottom of the barrel when it comes to no-mark displays.
So-much-so that, whoever among the increasing motley crew of no-mark contenders succeeds Mother Theresa as leader, and dares to crash out of the EU without a deal, risks the ire of former assumed allies, the CBI, traditionally batting for free-fall private enterprise.
The template is wearily familiar - carve through thousands of shuffling no-mark enemies across a series of rampaging battlefields, while gathering gubbins to upgrade attacks, sprinting around to complete impromptu missions and tackling boss characters (in-between melodramatic cut-scenes).
Forcing some to ask how much of a no-mark do you have to be to come bottom of it?
Following Brian's great escape, returning no-mark number three Nikki Grahame (class of 2006) staged yet another of her bone-dry sobbing fits.
Who cares if some no-mark from a show you've never watched does something stupid?
Even a cycling no-marK liKe me can manage to get to 40mph coming into Slaithwaite from Wilberlee so how fast will the Tour de France racing snaKes be coming down Halifax Road?
So you may wonder why a no-mark like me would have the temerity to take him to task for something he has written.
There are too many whinging, no-mark people here today and regretfully you will never ever make the expat grade and should never be allowed to be called an EXPAT!!
Apple has created a no-mark down, no-returns system that generally works.
To aid my bid I'll gain the help of a no-mark ex-Premier League star.