Neither

Neither is an English pronoun, adverb, and determiner signifying the absence of a choice in an either/or situation. Neither may also refer to: ...
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neither

[adv] - after a negative statement used to indicate that the next statement is similarly negative
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Neither

• (conj.) not either; generally used to introduce the first of two or more coordinate clauses of which those that follow begin with nor. • (a.) Not either; not the one or the other. • (conj.) not either; generally used to introduce the first of two or more coordinate clauses of which those that follow begin with nor. • (a.) Not ...
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Neither

[opera] Neither is the only opera by Morton Feldman, dating from 1977. The libretto consists of a 56-line poem by Samuel Beckett. Beckett and Feldman had met in Berlin in 1976, with plans for a collaboration for Rome Opera. Beckett told Feldman that he himself did not like opera, and Feldman had agreed with Beckett`s sentiment. The work is ...
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Neither

[short story] `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 title is uncapitalized, and the story is composed of only eighty-seven words, divided into ten lines, and has no punctuation except for three commas. Though originally published ...
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Neither

Nei'ther adjective [ Middle English neiter , nother , nouther , Anglo-Saxon nāwðer , nāhwæðer ; never, not + hwæðer whether. The word has followed the form of either . See No , and Whether , and conf...
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Neither

Nei'ther conj. not either; generally used to introduce the first of two or more coördinate clauses of which those that follow begin with nor . « Fight neither with small nor great, save only with the king.» 1 Kings xxii. 31. « Hadst thou been firm and fixed in ...
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