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To set at naught

 

Naught "Naught" (n[add]t), n. [OE. naught, nought, naht, nawiht,
AS. n[=a]wiht, n[=a]uht, n[=a]ht; ne not + [=a] ever + wiht
thing, whit; hence, not ever a whit. See , adv. ,
and cf. , .]
1. Nothing. [Written also .]

Doth Job fear God for naught? —Job i. 9.

2. The arithmetical character 0; a cipher. See .

, to treat as of no account; to disregard;
to despise; to defy; to treat with ignominy. ``Ye have set
at naught all my counsel.'' —Prov. i. 25.
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