from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Contraction of did not.
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- did not
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A contraction of did not, in frequent colloquial use.
It was bright and lively with a citrusy nose—and if the label didn't state that it was made in "the Outer Coastal Plain" of New Jersey, I would have believed it came from the Golden, not the Garden, State.
The label didn't begin to turn a profit until 2002, and since then it has struggled to improve its bottom line.
Goldberg said it was useless to "pretend" that the word didn't exist.
KB: laughs I was doing some tracks and performing in a club and they told me that my name didn't fit--Katie Brien was just too boring.
Mrs. Mercier held a magazine in her hand and assumed a look of surprise, but the expression didn't reach her eyes.
His expression didn't change—but then, Kira thought, resentfully, it almost never did.
Her expression didn't change, but Sisko thought he heard a fleeting note of approval in her voice.
The name didn't stick when Alki didn't quite grow to be a metropolis.
In a list of power players, it was interesting to see that the name didn't play a pivotal role in the game.
The name didn't have the famous person starting lineup of a Michael or Matthew or David.
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