Indicates annoyance, anger, or disappointment. (interjection)
Signifies rejection of a proposal or idea, as in forget it, no way, or nothing doing. (interjection)
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nut. (verb)
Examples of word nuts
All afternoon she had been with the children, playing Oranges and lemons, A ring, a ring of roses, and Here we come gathering nuts in May, _nuts_ in May,
And a golf club to the nuts is the sincerest form of entertainment.
When I said the word nuts, which is what Jesse Jackson actually did say that we knew at that time, I was not bleeped.
In a fiercely argued critique of the proposed balanced-budget amendment, which he calls "nuts," Bartlett accuses Republican lawmakers of once again trying the "starve-the-beast" ploy that has repeatedly failed.
Whenever a few of us label nuts were gathered together, we'd gripe about those plain vanilla labels.