Definition of Neither. Meaning of Neither. Synonyms of Neither

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Definition of Neither

Neither
Neither Nei"ther (? or ?; 277), a. [OE. neiter, nother, nouther, AS. n[=a]w?er, n[=a]hw[ae]?er; n[=a] never, not + hw[ae]?er whether. The word has followed the form of either. See No, and Whether, and cf. Neuter, Nor.] Not either; not the one or the other. Which of them shall I take? Both? one? or neither? Neither can be enjoyed, If both remain alive. --Shak. He neither loves, Nor either cares for him. --Shak.

Meaning of Neither from wikipedia

- Neither is an English pronoun, adverb, and determiner signifying the absence of a choice in an either/or situation. Neither may also refer to: Neither...
- "Me Neither" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Brad Paisley. It was released in February 2000 as the third single from...
- Neither is the only “opera” by Morton Feldman, dating from 1977. Its “libretto” is a 16-line poem by Samuel Beckett. Composer and librettist had met in...
- The words "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds" have long been...
- Bryson wrote about some of his experiences from this trip in his book Neither Here nor There: Travels in Europe. Bryson first visited Britain in 1973...
- Elliott Smith Either/Or (TV series), a comedy game show either...or and neither...nor, examples of correlative conjunctions in English Logical disjunction...
- Neither Here nor There may refer to: Neither Here nor There (book), an artbook and album by the American band The Melvins Neither Here nor There: Travels...
- "neither" is a very short story by Samuel Beckett written in 1976 and originally published in the Journal of Beckett Studies No. 4 (Spring 1979). The...
- Telegraph newspaper 'was furious when it found we were Anarchists with "Neither God nor Master" for our motto' (11 July 1891, p. 76). An early 20th century...
- Neither Here nor There: Travels in Europe is a 1991 humorous travelogue by American writer Bill Bryson. It do****ents the author's tour of Europe in 1990...
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