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  • v. doesn't


contraction of does not (Wiktionary)


  • It doesna behoove me to complain, sic a michty fine job ye're makin 'on it.

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  • “Och!” she cried, “and he doesna know his own father.”


  • “The saucer section doesna have the warp power needed to fly a course around the string and into a CTC.”

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • “He doesna need a collector for what he wants,” Scotty said, his voice leaden.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • "Sir Fletcher doesna keep keys in his office," he informed me in a low voice, "but this wee laddie has a set."

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  • And it doesna matter much what the charge is, or what the evidence shows.

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  • It doesna mean anything's like to happen to your good man.

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  • But when you know a man's suffered some harm, it's only one of the things you know about him, and it doesna make much difference to how ye see him.

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  • "Well, no," he said slowly, "so long as it doesna bother you that I am."

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  • "I'm a vain man, maybe, but it doesna go that deep, I hope."

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