Used at the end of a statement to emphasize how surprising or unexpected something is. I just bought the coolest leather jacket—and on sale, no less! They lost the game at the very last minute, and by a goal knocked in by their own player, no less.
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no ˈless(often ironic) used to suggest that something is surprising or impressive: She’s having lunch with the Director, no less.
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