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No one vs Noone
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No one

Definition: No one refers to not a single person or nobody.

Usage: No one is used to indicate the absence of any person.

Example sentences:
  • 1. No one came to the party.
  • 2. No one knows the answer.
  • 3. No one can solve this problem.

Definition: Noone is a misspelling of 'no one'.

Usage: Noone is an incorrect form and should be avoided. The correct form is 'no one'.

Example sentences:
  • 1. Noone is here.
  • 2. Noone can help you.
  • 3. Noone understands what you're saying.

The word 'no one' is used to refer to nobody or not a single person. It is typically used as two separate words. The word 'noone' is a common misspelling of 'no one' and is not considered standard English. It is best to use 'no one' instead.

Quizzes about "No one" vs "Noone"

No one vs Noone: 5 Quizzes

1. Who is the author of the book 'No one'?

2. What is the meaning of the word 'Noone'?

3. Who is the main character in the story 'No one'?

4. What is the title of the sequel to 'No one'?

5. Who is the protagonist in the book 'No one'?


  • Who is responsible?

    No one

  • Who should I contact?

    No one

  • Who can help me?

    No one

  • Who is available?

    No one

  • Who can assist?

    No one