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nonfiction written works that are not fiction. Textbooks, biographies, and essays are examples of nonfiction.
nonsense words or actions that have no meaning or make no sense. [2 definitions]
nonstop without any stops.
noodle1 a flat, narrow strip of dough that has been dried. Noodles are boiled in water to make them soft for eating.
nook a corner of a room or a small area set off from a main room.
noon twelve o'clock in the daytime; midday.
no one no person; nobody.
noontime midday; noon.
noose a loop that passes through a knot in the end of a rope or other line. When the rope is pulled, the loop becomes smaller.
nor used to introduce a negative statement, especially after a phrase using "neither." [2 definitions]
normal close to what is usual, average, or standard. [4 definitions]
normally in a normal way; to the usual degree. [2 definitions]
Norse of or having to do with ancient Scandinavia, or its people or languages; Scandinavian.
north the direction to the left of a person facing the rising sun. [6 definitions]
North America the third largest continent. North America is between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. It is in the Western Hemisphere.
North American of or having to do with North America, or its people or languages. [2 definitions]
North Carolina a state in the southeastern United States on the Atlantic Coast. Its capital is Raleigh. (abbreviated: NC)
North Dakota a state in the north central United States. Its capital is Bismarck. (abbreviated: ND)
northeast a point on the compass halfway between north and east. [4 definitions]
northeastern of, located in, or coming from the northeast.
northerly of or toward the north. [3 definitions]