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There was nothing in the room except for a mattress.
She waited and watched, but nothing happened.
I knew nothing at all about looking after babies.
The smoke alarms were working, but it seemed nothing else was.
I saw nothing strange in the situation.
There's nothing wrong with tourism – it's good for business.
The kids complain that there's nothing to do there.
Some of them had had nothing to eat for three days.
You're just making a fuss about nothing.
Do I mean nothing to you?
A minor headache is nothing to worry about.
'What did you do while I was gone?' 'Nothing much.'
He is nothing if not enthusiastic.
Andrea's work has always been neat and tidy, if nothing else.
'It's very kind of you to bring me home.' 'Think nothing of it.'
'I'll just stay here then.' 'You'll do nothing of the kind.'
There's nothing more exciting than seeing your name in print.
There's nothing worse than not being able to sleep at night.
There was nothing for it but to run away.
There's nothing in the rumours about an affair.
Here, just press this button. There's nothing to it.