One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Very; above all.‘he has proved nothing if not consistent’
- ‘He is nothing if not a local hero.’
- ‘TV is nothing if not predictable.’
- ‘He has been nothing if not controversial in a career that began as a teenage trainee on the fisheries board before he bought his first boat at the age of 21.’
- ‘She's nothing if not ambitious.’
- ‘Wallace, nothing if not versatile, acted and sang in whatever came his way with the same blissful, heedless hedonism with which he had rejected the chance of becoming a lawyer.’
- ‘A mention should also go to the local participants who ensured that we were all made welcome in their city, and some of whom ensured that our evenings were nothing if not eventful.’
- ‘They are nothing if not frank about their ideological orientation.’
- ‘They were nothing if not determined and they kept trying all through.’
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