from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Informal No.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. No.
- n. A negative reply, no.
- n. A bullfinch
- n. A blow to the head.
- v. (archaic) To hit someone on the head.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A bullfinch.
- interj. No.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- No: a vulgar corruption.
- n. The bullfinch, Pyrrhula vulgaris. See mawp.
I cringe and tell them "nope" - I just don't like it.
In a year that started with hope, the Esks appear to have turned into "nope" -- if not
In the teaser for season 4.5 there is a shot of a bunch of Sharons giving Boomer a rubdown - oops, nope, that is not what is happening - it looks upon closer inspection that Tyrol's hammy hand is holding something and aiming for Athena-Sharon's neck as she runs and holds Hera.
Who knows, maybe I can get the boss to pony up some $$... nope, that isn't gonna happen.
A curious number of sources asked about the guest list simply respond "nope," as if working from a script.
They rarely have the megaphone that the party of "nope" enjoys.
That was "nope" to the first question; second one was yes.
I find that a fresh note, or even overall impression arises; or that what was "nope" has become "Hmmm!"
The technocrats of the FDA say "nope", you may think that is a good decision for you, but we are the experts and we know better and we are not going to let you make that decision.
I read the word "nope" in Carol's post and assumed that was her reply to your challenge - was I wrong? jennifer rose
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