nor definition

  • conjunction:
    • And not; or not; not either: has neither phoned nor written united states; life forms which are neither flowers nor pets.
    • Chiefly Southern & Midland U.S. Than.
    • rather than (exposing an adverse statement, without always after one)
    • A function term presenting each except the initial term or series, showing do not require does work
    • familiar with present an additional negative declaration
    • than
    • a bad connective or particle, exposing the second user or term of a bad proposition, following neither, or perhaps not, in the 1st user or clause (as or perhaps in affirmative propositions uses either). Nor is also used occasionally in the first member for neither, and quite often the none is omitted and suggested by the use of nor.
  • noun:
    • Alternative as a type of NOR.
  • others:
    • rather than: typically made use of correlatively after a negative, launching another or a subsequent bad person in a clause or phrase.
    • Correlative to some other nor.
    • With the omission of neither or nor in the first clause or part of the idea.
    • Correlative to some other negative.
    • And … not: not correlative, but merely continuative.
    • [within usage formerly combined with another unfavorable, just collective, nor being after that comparable, logically, to and.
    • Than: after comparatives. Compare or in like use.
    • An abbreviation of Norman.

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