Definitions for no-man's land
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word no-man's land
a space amidships used to keep blocks, ropes, etc.; a space on a ship belonging to no one in particular to care for
fig.: An unclaimed space or time
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
They're turning the oil industry into a no man's land where no one can instill order.
Raids were launched there without creating a strategy for what came afterwards and now Libya is a no-man's land.
The streets of Puerto Rico at the time, especially in the San Juan metropolitan area, were essentially no man's land.
You have a lot of data coming down the pipe this week and you're kind of in a no-man's land, waiting for information.
It will take great balance and determination, raids were launched there without creating a strategy for what came afterwards and now Libya is a no-man's land.
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