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nicety-noun
inflected form(s)-plural-niceties
the quality or state of being nice; an elegant, delicate, or civilized feature (enjoy the niceties of life); a fine point or distinction; subtlety (the niceties of table manners); careful attention to details; meticulous; delicate exactness; precision; delicacy of taste or feeling; fastidiousness

naive-adjective
inflected form(s)-naiver, naivest
marked by unaffected simplicity; artless; ingenuous; deficient in worldly wisdom or informed judgment; credulous; self taught; primitive
naiveness-noun
naively-adverb
synonym-natural
naivety-noun
artlessness or credulity; naiveté
naiveté-noun
the state or quality of being artless, credulous, or uncritical; an artless, credulous, or uncritical statement or act

negligent-adjective
an insignificant or imperceptible amount; marked by or given to neglect especially habitually or culpably; not taking prudent care; marked by a carelessly easy manner or informality; careless ease; casual; negligent implies inattention to one's duty or business (negligent about writing a note of thanks); habitual neglect
negligently-adverb
synonyms-remiss, neglectful, lax, slack

remiss means culpably careless or indicative of such carelessness. remiss implies blameworthy carelessness shown in slackness, forgetfulness, or neglect (had been remiss in her familial duties) 
neglectful adds a more disapproving implication of laziness or deliberate inattention (a society callously neglectful of the poor)
lax implies a blameworthy lack of strictness, severity, or precision (a reporter lax about accurate quotation) 
slack implies want of due or necessary diligence or care (slack workmanship and slipshod construction) 
nitwit-noun
a scatterbrained or stupid person; a dullard

neurotic-adjective
a person having a neurosis, which is, excessive or abnormal anxieties disorganizing the personality prior to its more serious and psychotic (very severe disorganization of the personality) form, the beginning of which can, one way, be observed by lack of compassion toward one in need, and can be characterized by over concern for the self as evidenced by excessive and chronic mental anxiety, compulsions, obsessions, phobias (fears), etc. See psychoanalysis.

nevertheless-adverb
in spite of that; afterall; in spite of everything to the contrary; everything else having been considered; ultimately; however (her childish but nevertheless real delight); howbeit

nonetheless-adverb
nevertheless

nullify, nullified, nullifying, nullifies-transitive verbs
make void; to bring to nothing by depriving of effectiveness; invalidate; bring to nothing; neutralize
nullification, nullifier-nouns
null-adjective
not binding; of no value or effect 

nurture-noun
anything that nourishes; the act or process of raising or promoting the development of; instruction towards upbringing

notwithstanding-preposition
in spite of (they traveled on notwithstanding the storm; she remarried notwithstanding the death of her husband); despite
adverb-nevertheless-(they will do it notwithstanding)

Nietzsche, Friedrich, Wilhelm.(1844-1900)
German philosopher, poet, and classical philologist, who became one of the most provocative and influential thinkers of the 19th century.
    His father, a Lutheran minister, died when Nietzsche was five.
    One of Nietzsche's fundamental contentions was that traditional values (represented primarily by Christianity) had lost their power in the lives of individuals. He expressed this in his proclamation "God is dead." He was convinced that traditional values represented a "slave morality," a morality created by weak and resentful individuals who encouraged such behavior as gentleness and kindness because the behavior served their interests.
comprised from Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

nth
extreme, utmost

nethermost-adjective
lowest; farthest down

non sequitur 
it does not follow; a conclusion or inference which does not follow from the premises or evidence upon which it is based

notion-noun
general idea; mental image

nomad-noun
a member of a group of people who have no fixed home and move according to the seasons from place to place in search of food, water and grazing land; a person with no fixed residence who roams about; a wanderer
nomadic-adjective
nomadically-adverb

native-adjective
existing in or belonging to one by nature; innate.(native ability) being such by birth or origin (a native Scot, a native Canadian); being one's own because of the place or circumstances of one's birth (our native land); originating, growing, or produced in a certain place or region; indigenous.(a plant native to Asia); of, belonging to, or characteristic of the original inhabitants of a particular place; occurring in nature pure or uncombined with other substances (native copper); natural; unaffected (native beauty); closely related, as by birth or race
native-noun
one born in or connected with a place by birth (a native of Scotland now living in Canada); one of the original inhabitants or lifelong residents of a place
natively-adverb
nativeness-noun

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