To make nothing of

Definition of To make nothing of

To make no difficulty of; to consider as trifling or important.
- Chaucer.
Not to understand; as, I could make nothing of what he said.
- Ray.

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To make fast
To make foul water
To make free with
To make friends with
To make fun of
To make game of
To make good weather
To make haste
To make head
To make it strange
To make it tough
To make it wise
To make land
To make light of
To make mischief
To make money
to make moot
To make much of
To make nice of
To make no bones
-To make nothing of-
To make one a compliment
To make one's compliments to
To make one's election
To make one's hand
To make one's manners
To make one's mark
To make one's peace with
To make one's self at home
To make one's self scarce
To make one's self understood
To make one's way
To make out
To make pourparty
To make prize of
To make ready
To make room
To make sail
To make scruple
To make shift
To make ship
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