Words nearby nay
How to use nay in a sentence
The first two questions will have them arguing yay or nay, while the third yields claims of two, one and even zero.
While we can’t tell you yet what our plans are for 2021, we can say — nay, project — that there are a lot of fun and big things coming for Equity.
Whatever time you think you need for getting and evaluating sufficient research, double — nay, triple — it.Take your campaigns to deeper levels by disrupting the peace|Max Braun|December 24, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Today, Bitcoin finally crossed—nay, smashed—the psychological mark of $20,000, and is now trading around $20,600.
There’s also a backup window set for December 20 ranging across similar hours, the company says, and others in the following weeks, in case it needs to be rescheduled for nay reason.Virgin Orbit targets launch window on December 19 for second orbital test launch|Darrell Etherington|November 30, 2020|TechCrunch
We are training not isolated men but a living group of men—nay, a group within a group.College Must Be More Than Just a Classy Trade School|Michael S. Roth|August 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The food that has crossed the lips of almost every person familiar with crowdfunding—nay, the Internet—is potato salad.Only in the Age of Crowdfunding: $40K Potato Salad|April Siese|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The vote in the Senate was 81-18, with 27 Republicans voting aye and 18 nay.
Of course, the Democratic majority holds the votes to confirm Hagel even if Republicans unanimously vote "nay."
But Pletka defies logic from the get-go: "First, the nay-sayers, because denying the charge is actually easier than leveling it."Danielle Pletka's Bogus Charge Sheet Against Chuck Hagel|Ali Gharib|January 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Perhaps their course is wiser than that which hot impatience would prompt—nay, I believe it is.
Nay; I see fresh reasons for my hope that such concession is far nearer than is generally imagined.
Nay, as including these services and others, though as different from each of them, they give its delineation.The Ordinance of Covenanting|John Cunningham
There is no question as to the ecstatic, nay frenzied state many of them attained.
Nay, I quarrel not with the lodging; I only complain of the board—and now wouldst thou know my story.The Battle of Hexham;|George Colman
British Dictionary definitions for nay
- a person who votes in the negative
- a negative vote