(n.) A person who signs up or talks about attending certain events, but never shows up.
Fred: Hey, where is Bob? I have his name here on the sign up sheet.
Lindsey: Man, that tool Bob never comes when he says he will. What a no show.
v., to not show up. Basically it’s the verb form of the noun phrase “no show”.
He noshowed for band practice… AGAIN…
1. Verb: To not show up to an event/work/etcetera
2. Noun: Someone who does not show up to an event/work/etcetera
1. He was supposed to come to work today, but because he had a hangover, he no-showed.
2. He was supposed to come to work today, but because he had a hangover, he was a no-show.
Spurious claim made by a recalcitrant party that an impasse results from past-actions of another party when that other party is open to new attempts.
— So she thought he lacked fomo.
— Yeah, but, really, he was nogo.
— And now he’s all for not pretext-dwelling on past-cases, but she still takes an obstructionist noshow position.
one who proclaims a particular ethic or commitment yet whose choices and behavior patterns prove otherwise. Similar in type to a hypocrite, “no-show” labels someone as untrustworthy, unstable and purposefully two-faced.
“He professes to be such a Chrisitan yet he is a no-show to his family and friends and only thinks of himself.”
“Mr. Jones gives a ton of money and time to charity but is a no-show to his wife, his kids and his church.”
(n.) A person or object that fails to turn up when it has been arranged to appear.
Adolf Hitler: Those jews were a no show for thier shower today.
Rommel: I guess they thought better never than late, eh?
Adolf Hitler: Yeah.