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  • "I ain't no coward, Chief Ta-Kumsaw, and if you wrassle me now it'll be fair and square."

    He Don't Know Him

  • There ain't no useful animal as I kens the name and nature of as he can't have in Ayrshire, — for paying for it, my leddie; — horse, pownie, or ass, just whichever you please, my leddie.

    The Eustace Diamonds

  • "Ef you do, you ain't no Christian woman, that's all," was Lucinda's half-sobbing, half - shrieked accusation.

    Northern Georgia sketches,

  • There was a long pause and Junior stood sucking on an eyetooth and studying deep on something, and then he said, “What you about to learn is they ain't no balm in Gilead.”

    Cold Mountain

  • "There ain't no proper prices for pownies, — as there is for jew'ls and sich like."

    The Eustace Diamonds

  • 'What do you want?' says she; for you see Miss Sphyxy ain't no ways tender to the men.

    Oldtown Folks

  • I'm just average, common too I'm just like him, the same as you I'm everybody's brother and son I ain't different from anyone It ain't no use a-talking to me It's just the same as talking to you.


  • What did the he duck said to the drake, there ain't no crawdads in this lake

    Big Bill Broonzy Lyrics

  • And I 'spect there ain't no reason to s'pose but what she was a poor, mis'able Roman Catholic.

    Oldtown Folks

  • "I ain't no baby, I'm a boy!" said Billy, as he shuffled along beside Sinton, taking a kick at every movable object without regard to his battered toes.

    A Girl of the Limberlost


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