attention; heed; notice (usually used in negative constructions): Pay him no nevermind.
business; affair; responsibility (usually used in negative constructions): It's no nevermind of yours.
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How to use nevermind in a sentence
Never mind the huge buildup of clandestine operatives and secret warriors since 9/11.
Never mind that some of the atmospherics are shaky, like the white Christmas, for example.
Never mind the fact that Heigl was kind of right when she was saying these things.
Never mind that young people, women, Hispanics, and blacks forgot to vote.
But never mind that—Christie did good for the party on Tuesday, and the RGA seems prepared to give him full credit.The ‘Stop Chris Christie’ Movement Begins. Good Luck With That. | Olivia Nuzzi | November 8, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Never mind the dust; I've turned it on to make believe we're going tremendously fast.Davy and The Goblin | Charles E. Carryl
"Never mind the fellow; we have more than enough to think of in our own affairs," exclaimed his friend, impatiently.
“Never mind that,” Jessie flung back over her shoulder, and still breathing easily as she set a slower stroke.The Campfire Girls of Roselawn | Margaret Penrose
"Never mind," said Isabel, as Gwynne mopped his brow for the third time and ostentatiously rubbed his face.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
"Never mind granny," she said, when they reached the house and Mandy stopped to say how d'ye to the old woman in the chair.The Cromptons | Mary J. Holmes
Other Idioms and Phrases with nevermind
Don't worry about something, don't trouble yourself, it doesn't matter. For example, Never mind what I said, it wasn't important, or Never mind, you can always take the driver's test again. This expression employs mind in the sense of “care about something,” a usage dating from the late 1700s.
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