never again

  1. at no time hereafter
    Quoth the raven, nevermore!
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How To Use never again In A Sentence

  • Anyone who has once taken up the WORD can never again evade it; a writer is not the detached judge of his compatriots and contemporaries, he is an accomplice to all the evil committed in his native land or by his countrymen. Alexandr Solzhenitsyn - Nobel Lecture
  • Whether in spite or because of its humor and bawdiness, Son of Schmilsson actually went gold and reached number 12 on the charts, feats Nilsson would never again accomplish. Midweek Music Moment: Son of Schmilsson, Harry Nilsson « A Progressive on the Prairie
  • They never again tortured a prisoner in his presence.
  • As for Sally, she recovered and soon returned to her old self, never again mentioning what had happened.
  • When attached to your keyring, it can ensure that you never again forget your mobile phone as you walk out the door. Times, Sunday Times
  • And never again compare the things that go by the names of John and Edward to the legend that was Barry White. X Factor Betting Odds: X Factor Christmas Number One?
  • Never again would she see her mom's sparkling blue eyes when Lillie told her one of her lame jokes, or smell the sweet fragranced perfume her mother always wore.
  • My Friends endeavoured to rally me out of this what they called sulky mood; I replied that I could not help it, that I should never again be happy till it was discovered who it was that took my bed-fellow's Money; and that its being lost while I was his bed fellow, certainly threw a sort of suspicion on me, that I could not get over, and to labour under which rendered me completely miserable. Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq. — Volume 1
  • Imagine if we never again had people darting across three lanes of traffic to avoid a traffic backup or to get off on an exit at the last minute.
  • It is this apparent sameness that lies at the root of the sorrow, the inconsolability, of the living, who want the world to bear its sorrows physically, to betray the signs of an existence that will never again be the same.
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