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  • interj. A general injunction not to be concerned further with a subject.


From no + plural of worry ("concern, cause for anxiety"), but used flexibly. (Wiktionary)


  • Then, I reasoned, Kitty had no worries about finding roaches and other vermin in her floor-scattered clothes, which had always been on my mind when I hung a garment on a nail.


  • Set out platters of cubed morsels like chicken, beef, lamb and their accessories—’shrooms, cherry tomatoes, pineapple—then no worries if anyone wants onion or hates peppers.

    The Swell Dressed Party

  • When Walpole’s book was published, there were no worries about the detrimental effects that such violence, sex, graphic imagery and generally questionable behaviors might have on children.

    Grand Theft Childhood

  • At least, in a prepared space, with no worries about possible hostile action and no weather to complicate things, the legionnaires had been able to erect the MBC in the planned-on time.

    Phule me twice

  • I had seen enough to have no worries when an hour later she was spectacularly run down by a tourist coach at the corner of the Mascherino.

    The Vatican Rip


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