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- v. Used other than as an idiom: see never, mind.
- v. It is not important; do not fret; used to reassure or comfort the person to whom it is said.
- v. Do not be concerned (about someone or something, or about doing something)
- v. Indicates a withdrawal of a previous statement.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. do not regard it; it is of no consequence; no matter.
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In between never mind the arithmetic lay eight thousand years of the Apogée du Bonheur.
And never mind that I am aware that Andrew McCarthy is not, in fact, Blane McDonough from Pretty in Pink; that he is a working actor and that he has played plenty of other characters.
Never mind that much of the world had seen JFK as a saber-rattling bully, threatening nuclear war over Cuba and sending American troops to support a corrupt regime in Vietnam; never mind that RFK had cut his political teeth on Joe McCarthy's vicious Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
"The magic is wrong when the island's not there Paradox-oh, never mind I must wait."
Well, my business was to see this guest got his fair share of mange-tout peas, never mind if he had something going with the hostess.
"Then I need to call Tommy and tell him to never mind about coming to work," Clint said.
They had all been resolved, not exclusively to the greater good of the AMWU members, but there was nothing contentious enough in any of them to lead to threats, never mind murder.
She is now with Sophie, undergoing a robing process: in a few minutes she will re-enter; and I know what I shall see, -- a miniature of Céline Varens, as she used to appear on the boards at the rising of --: but never mind that.
An accomplished self-loather, I am rarely as fulfilled as when I cannot stand the thought, never mind the sight, of myself.
Toss away there on the green-sward -- never mind the hyacinths, the snowdrops, the violets, if so be any are there; the perfume of their healthful lips is worth all the flowers of the world.