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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnothingnessnoth‧ing‧ness /ˈnʌθɪŋnəs/ noun [uncountable]  1 SPACE/ROOMempty space or the complete absence of everything Natalie found him looking into nothingness.2 EXIST#the state of not existing Is there only nothingness after death?
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nothingnessWe stared into the black nothingness inside the cave.How does an individual being emerge from nothingness to form itself around a physical body?Yet it upholds every new moment by its constant presence, and without it each moment would fall into nothingness.That when it did, she believed that they would be obliterated totally, like midges slapped into nothingness by a giant.Howard struggles to suppress a sense of nothingness, of total unreality.We shoot past, on the desert road, and get swallowed again by womb-warm quiet nothingness.It is the silence which finally sounds; nothingness which finally lives: earth spreads itself on itself.The inattention, the nothingness, the neglect hurt them deeply.
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