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naught adj. (3 not pre-S.)
1. worthless, useless Ado V. i. 160 “my knife's naught” AYL. III. ii. 15, H5 I. ii. 73 “[his title] was corrupt and naught.”
2. wicked, naughty Rom. III. ii. 86 “all , . . . all forsworn,” Mac. IV. iii. 224, Ham. III. ii. 158, Lr. II. iv. 136 “Thy sister's naught.”
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