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Adams was not invited, and neither were any of his friends.
'I don't like him.' 'Neither do I.'
'Sue can't swim.' 'Neither can Perry.'
'I don't feel like going to the party.' 'Me neither.'
Neither side trusts the other.
Neither company could succeed on its own.
'Would you like pork or roast beef?' 'Neither.'
It was an experience that neither of us will ever forget.
The event was organized by two people, neither of whom is a professional.
Neither his son nor his daughter were at the funeral.
Ron's neither as young nor as fit as the other members of the team.
The president spoke neither for nor against economic reform.
I'm sorry but I can neither confirm nor deny the allegation.
This is the British English definition of neither. View American English definition of neither.
old and no longer in good condition
a man … whose achievements may have been overestimated because he belonged to the gender and ethnic group … that was dominant at the timeadd a word
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