no-mark

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no-mark

n
slang Brit an insignificant or worthless person
[C20: from 'someone who makes no mark']
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Or Lewis Hamilton, the Duke of Westminster, Apple, our MPs' pension fund or various no-marks from Mrs Brown's Boys.
I'm a fan of the show still but I'm sick of these reality no-marks.
REALITY Presenter Emma Willis is surely far more famous than some the no-marks in the house this series - who the heck are Frankie Grande, Aubrey O'Day and Stephen Bear, for example?
Rangers have been playing part-timers and no-marks for the past four seasons.
Yet these two no-marks robbed the poor lad after placing a home delivery order; they mugged him at their own front door
But, as these are people we've actually heard of (as opposed to the usual no-marks and random Americans), we're not getting our hopes up.
Ashleyc1988 God Bless you Lewis, I get sick of reading about the no-marks of this town and country and feel despair.
Given the current state of play in Super League you would have thought that the question one would have to ask is: 'Why would Nathan Brown leave a team he has created and taken to the top of the table for a bunch of no-marks who are struggling to get a top eight place?
Like munchin' Jaffa Cakes or kickin' no-marks in the head.