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Non Plus (“no more” can be said on the subject)

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When a man is come to a non-plus in an argument, it means that he is unable to deny or controvert what is advanced against him. “To non-plus” a person is to put him into such a fix.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Nom
Nomads
Nominalists
Non Angli sed Angeli, si forent Christiani
Non Bis in Idem (Latin)
Non-Com. (A)
Non Compos Mentis or Non Com
Non Con
Non Est
Non mi Recordo
Non Plus (“no more” can be said on the subject)
Non Pros
Non Sequitur (A)
Nonce
Nonconformists
Nones
Nonjurors
Nonne Prestes Tale
Nor
Norfolk
Norfolk-Howards