have nothing on or have got nothing on
- to have no engagements to keep
- to be undressed or naked
- (informal) to compare unfavourably with
Example Sentences Including 'have nothing on'
" If the judge has nothing to disclose, then they really must have nothing on him," she said.
Ottawa Sun (2003)
Abbott's enemies have nothing on him now and public sympathy will be on his side.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2005)
Big, who boasts 23in biceps, 20in calves and 37in thighs, reckons British glamour girls have nothing on his 28-year-old wife.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
For a moment he lay still, lazily enjoying that moment when you aren't quite awake and have nothing on your mind.
Three in One
He said yesterday: "I have nothing on my conscience about that interview.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
I go through a sort of checklist like a pilot, except we have nothing on paper.
Ayrton Senna - the hard edge of genius
I've often wondered what it would be like to have nothing on my conscience.
The Endless Game
Once she gets the bit between her teeth, horses have nothing on Sue.
The statement `I have nothing on my shopping list yet" causes no problems.
New Scientist (1998)
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