nothing off


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Nothing \Noth"ing\, adv.
   In no degree; not at all; in no wise.
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         Adam, with such counsel nothing swayed.  --Milton.
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         The influence of reason in producing our passions is
         nothing near so extensive as is commonly believed.
                                                  --Burke.
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   Nothing off (Naut.), an order to the steersman to keep the
      vessel close to the wind.
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