Thorne also worked closely with double negative, the visual-effects aces who worked on Interstellar.
Some Esperantists do not consider this a double negative, but it undoubtedly is, according to the literal English translation.
A double negative jarred him like a discord, and often, from lack of practice, it was from his own lips that the jar came.
"Not 'arf" and "'Strewf" ever came haltingly to his tongue, and to the last he struggled painfully with the double negative.
"No it doesn't," heard every day and by no means from the ignorant only, is a sort of double negative.
Something similar may be remarked of the use of the double negative by way of affirmation.
It may be doubted whether the passages quoted by Mr Grant White are apposite to this, where there is a double negative.
Of course, when two negatives refer to different verbs, expressed or unexpressed, this is not a double negative.
"Haven't got none," declared the boy with a scowl as positive as his double negative.
Finally it should be borne in mind that the double negative invariably strengthens the negation.