nothing like

nothing like

1. Completely unlike; not at all similar. This design is nothing like what I had in mind—you'll just have to start over again from the beginning. This rusty hunk of junk's nothing like the car you promised to get me!
2. A great deal less; not nearly. I do pretty well in math, but I'm nothing like my older sister. She was a genius!
See also: like, nothing

nothing ˈlike

(informal) not; not at all like something: It’s nothing like as bad as he said.We’ve sold nothing like enough books to make a profit. OPPOSITE: something like somebody/something
See also: like, nothing
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But there's nothing like a near-fatal crash to increase your popularity!
My life is nothing like what I would have chosen or hoped for myself and I think I have plenty of justifiable reasons to complain.
Nothing like gaining altitude for getting tight with total strangers, and on a 737 out of Phoenix, Stevie and I are bonding fast.
I'm nothing like her, I'm kind of anti what she's all about.
We ain't have nothing like the Indians do and go through them ritual exercises make you a man, so we had to find out on our own.
To quote Preston Sturges from Sullivan's Travels: "There's nothing like a deep-dish movie to drive you out in the open."
This will come as a shock to some of you, but many years ago there was another Donny and Marie show, nothing like the one that's on now.
When Nash was a young dancer, he recalls, "Jack Cole was a god; nothing like his dancing had ever been seen on Broadway.
Non-gardeners may think that nothing likes to grow in wet soil, and that the challenge would be straight away to install drainage systems to enable the normal trees and shrubs we see in everyday gardens to thrive.
This new collaboration is nothing likes those books.