which one is better?


"no one is perfect" or "nobody is perfect"?

which one is better and what is the difference?

Usage asked Mar 30 '13 at 08:31 Yehoshua Metz New member

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There is no difference between the two sentences.  No one and nobody have exactly the same meaning, and so one is no better or worse than the other.

link comment answered Mar 30 '13 at 09:26 Shawn Mooney Expert

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