haven't seen hide nor hair of (someone or something)

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haven't seen hide nor hair of (someone or something)

Have not seen any trace or evidence of someone or something. I don't know where Mike went. I haven't seen hide nor hair of him all day.
See also: hair, hide, nor, of, seen

haven't seen hide nor hair of someone/something

If you haven't seen hide nor hair of someone or something, you have not seen them, although you expected to. I haven't seen hide nor hair of her since those days. Note: You can also say that you haven't seen hair nor hide of someone or something. After nearly two weeks in Australia, I hadn't seen hair nor hide of a kangaroo. Note: A hide is the skin of an animal, especially the tough skin of a large animal.
See also: hair, hide, nor, of, seen, someone, something

not see ˌhide nor ˈhair of somebody/something

(spoken) not see somebody/something for some time: I haven’t seen hide nor hair of her for a month.
Hide here means ‘skin’.
See also: hair, hide, nor, not, of, see, somebody, something