not one/a jot
not a jot
Not even a tiny or the smallest amount (of something). I worked all of that overtime and received not a jot of extra cash for my efforts. Look at him—there's not a jot of shame in his eyes for what he's done. A: "Did you get any help on your assignment from the study group?" B: "Not a jot. They were all too busy gossiping."
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not one/a ˈjot (or ˈtittle)(informal) not even the smallest amount: There’s not a jot of truth in the story. ♢ It seems that his divorce has not affected him one jot. ♢ She doesn’t seem to care a jot what I do.
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