- Archaic spelling of shan't.
- shall + -n't (Wiktionary)
“The world today is extremly idiotic ... anyways, that shalln't stop me from going to the mall.”
“I shalln't talk at all. haha we all know that's impossible for me but I shall try to pull it off. and I'm not sittin with him tomarrow, and as of now he doesn't own me, and we all know I'll end up sittin with him and we all know I'll end up calling him master, but I shall go along with my vow of silence.”
“Since I've said just about everything on here I might as well tell you what that something is, but I shalln't.”
“Sally for a moment, and saw, at any rate, that she understood him, although she did smile; so opening the door he shot out, saying, "I shalln't be long, lass.”
“Aw shalln't need mich for a job o 'this sooart," he sed, "if aw remember reightly that straw hat aw bowt last summer nobbut cost me eighteen pence, an shoo willn't want one as big as that; but awst nooan be to two-a-three penoth o 'copper; an aw mud as weel have a bit extra to swagger wi.”
“Aw tell thee aw shalln't get up as what it is; but aw hooap if he's comed for onybody' at he'll tak thee furst, an 'then aw can get a bit o' sleep. ”
“Niver heed, Sammy, tha shalln't go to t'school ony moor, for aw believe tha'rt better able to taich t'maisters nor they are to taich thee.”
“After "order" had been called two or three times bi every body i'th 'place, th' cheerman stood up an 'sed, "Gentlemen, aw feel varry praad to okkipy this cheer, an' aw'll do mi best to discharge the duties that disolves upon me at this important crikus, an 'aw think if ony body wants to order owt they'd better do it at once, soas we shalln't have ony interruptions. ”
“Does ta think they'll have owt at we shalln't have to pay for?”
“Nah, lass,' he sed to his wife, 'aw've tried all ovver, an' aw cannot sell a pund o 'that cauf, so ther's nowt for it but to set to an ait it, for aw'm detarmined it shalln't be wasted.”
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