No One Home: The must-read Richard & Judy thriller pick and Sunday Times bestseller (David Raker Missing Persons)
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Nobody, no one, nothing, nowhere are stronger and more definite than not … anybody/anyone/anything/anywhere:
No One Home by Tim Weaver | Waterstones
We don’t use nobody, no one, nothing, nowhere after no, not, never or other words which have a negative meaning ( hardly, seldom). We use anyone, anybody, anything, anywhere:I was so gripped until extraneous characters and situations evolved which then stopped the reading enjoyment.
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No one and nobody mean the same. Nobody is a little less formal than no one. We use no one more than nobody in writing: We use no one, nobody, nothing and nowhere to refer to an absence of people, things or places. We use them with a singular verb:They eat, drink and laugh. They play games and take photographs. Except those photographs will be the last record of any of them. If my phone and my wife’s phone leave zone ‘Home’ and the alarm is not Armed_Away, set the alarm to Alrmed_Away.