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“He came out, an 'he says:' B'ys, it's hot in there, but, if you don't mind a bit av a burn, we can get the poor fellows out.”
“You look like you were in need of a wee bit of la dolce vita yourself, Ian, if you don't mind me saying.”
“That was a Disarming Charm-as you see, I've lost my wand-ah, thank you, Miss Brown-yes, an excellent idea to show them that, Professor Snape, but if you don't mind my saying so, it was very obvious what you were about to do.”
“Worshipped by the rank and file, naturally; he was a kindly soul, for all they called him the "Provost-Marshal", and even charming if you don't mind ten-minute silences.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘if you don't mind’.
certain words seem given to usage in understatement, as pat phrases, by the mechanism of cliché; others because restraint, moderation or ambiguity are implicit in the words' definitions; and others...
no love lost, a minor inconveni..., that could have g..., he chose poorly, crossing the stre..., I've got a feelin..., slight miscalcula..., oh bother, not amused, no fun, a bit much, a little under th... and 55 more...
These are generally listed as after-the-fact parentheticals. I find them odd.
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