nowt

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  • But you must be a man an' turn to work as though nowt had happened. Cited from Innocent, by Marie Corelli
  • Which was the old man's way of putting that he knew nowt. Cited from Bob Son of Battle, by Alfred Ollivant
  • If what I saw on you is any guide, I should do nowt of kind. Cited from Hobson's Choice, by Harold Brighouse
  • The total strangers who think they've nowt to do but ask me for what they want! Cited from Between You and Me, by Sir Harry Lauder
  • He don't make a pretty thing just to break it agin all for nowt! Cited from God's Good Man, by Marie Corelli
  • There's nowt but true, kind, steady love, as can ever piece it up again. Cited from Dombey and Son, by Charles Dickens
  • There's been things goin' on outside as you house people knows nowt about. Cited from The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Once when we were put to bed We had nowt and mother cried, But that was after father died. Cited from The Home Book of Verse, by Burton E. Stevenson V1
  • There's nowt more to do as I know on. Cited from The Mating of Lydia, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • He said nowt of what had come aboot the day before. Cited from Between You and Me, by Sir Harry Lauder
  • I've nowt against him that I know of. Cited from Hobson's Choice, by Harold Brighouse
  • He'll play old Harry if he comes in and finds us doing nowt in the workroom. Cited from Hobson's Choice, by Harold Brighouse
  • We've nowt to do with one another. Cited from The Chimes, by Charles Dickens
  • I'd done nowt but be civil to young mester here. Cited from Patience Wins, by George Manville Fenn
  • It's dull in th' winter when it's got nowt to do. Cited from The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • I'll none have her wakened for a nowt like thee. Cited from Indian Tales, by Rudyard Kipling
  • There's nowt aw like better nor to spend a day or two in a hay field. Cited from Yorkshire Ditties, First Series, by John Hartley
  • I kept Jerry under my eye all the while, and nowt went wrang wi' him. Cited from More Tales of the Ridings, by Frederic Moorman
  • You're splairging; you're running at lairge in life like a wild nowt. Cited from Weir of Hermiston, by R. L. Stevenson
  • I tell 'ee I'm a man of peace, and I don't know nowt at all. Cited from Patience Wins, by George Manville Fenn
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