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- v. It doesn't matter.
- v. Used a conventional reply to an expression of gratitude.
- v. I don't want to continue with this conversation (usually used in frustration or anger).
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The German of my youth was the dialect of Lower Bavaria, I could neither forget it nor learn the Viennese jargon.
[Todhunter's] spaniel; had galloped about after it all the evening, and couldn't forget it a moment.
Find the Lady is a Mug’s game, that’s wot this ’as shown you, and don’t you forget it neither.”
We are thus given to know that, however the witty and waggish companion or make-sport may have got the ascendency in him, still he is of an inward composition to forget it as soon as the cause of wronged and suffering virtue or innocence gives him a manly and generous part to perform.
And because my mind, and my will, are both very strong, the door stayed so firmly shut that I managed to forget it was even there, until the ship had sailed out of the Bombay harbour and turned towards California, its prow a wedge, prising at the edges of the cupboard door.
This faith had been too often a good friend and help to Christopher for him to forget it very long, even while he was staggering in the quag with Isaiah, Jeremiah, and the Fathers; and gradually, as I say, he worked himself out into the region of activity again.
Nobody can forget it here, where it still shows so much-the cemeteries, and the cripples, and the uniforms, and the poverty, and all the Reconstruction.
Believing this shameful thing of me, you will forgive and forget it all for the sake of a few scraps of paper that stand for money, that stand for a license to rob and steal from the people.