- could + -n’t (Wiktionary)
“Famous for dressing stars such as Rihanna, Blake Lively, Naomi Campbell and Penelope Cruz in their fairytale-esque creations, the British design duo behind the label couldn't resist the opportunity to make over the Playboy bunny in Marchesa.”
“The newspaper reported that Perry said his father painted over the word in the early 1980s, and that it was eventually turned over to further ensure the word couldn't be seen.”
“Anyone who thought that an Alabama win tonight might call into question who deserves the national title couldn't possibly have any doubt after seeing LSU drown in the Crimson Tide.”
“My spouse and I have shared a primary email address for years and when I set up a Facebook account in my name I couldn't see how to do a duo Facebook, the contacts in the account apparently were scanned for Facebook addresses and loaded.”
“Mr. Sprecher was unavailable for comment yesterday and financial terms couldn't be determined.”
“Precise terms couldn't be learned, but the person said Sprint's board has blessed the "broad outlines" of a deal.”
“Tara not her real name couldn't listen to another word.”
“But even the cutesy spelling of the store's name couldn't keep it afloat; the space has now reinvented itself as Spirit Halloween superstore.”
“The several Mexican ladies who called couldn't speak English and were probably illegal, a circumstance Sadhana felt fear about.”
“I thought I'd be able to see the difference between the electric car and a regular petrol engine, but I couldn't, which is quite interesting, she notes.”
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