He responded with uncharacteristic brevity: “nope, nope and nope.”
nope, he has to be seen landing his chopper on the South Lawn, propping his leather loafers on his mahogany desk in the Oval.
Camilla asked her to which the child holding out the bunch replied "nope" while shaking her head.
nope, this fresh-but-familiar interview from Fox News Sunday features Palin defending Rand Paul against the media.
But as we talked about it, the more we realized: nope, it needs to be in the first one.
The largest of the visitors, a girl of perhaps twelve years, swept her eyes down the line and answered briefly, "nope."
“nope,” replied the other, settling himself on a saddle-tree.
I have not yet told my brothers the name of this big man of nope—it was Moshup.
"nope, I didn't fight with 'im, Andy," she smiled through her tears.
nope, Zenobia wouldn't; anyway, not until she had more facts to go on.
[1888+; fr no plus an intrusive stop resulting from the closure of the lips, rather than the glottis as is normal]