have none of

have none of (something)

To refuse to acknowledge, allow, accept or participate in something. Usually used in the continuous tense. I'm having none of this scheme—I have a public image to upkeep! I tried to convince them to sell their stocks before the market crashed, but they were having none of it.
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will have none of (something)

To refuse to tolerate, accept, or participate in something. I was going to move back home with my girlfriend, but my parent's would have none of it. I'll have none of this plan—find someone else to finance your schemes.
See also: have, none, of, will

have none of something

to tolerate or endure no amount of something. I'll have none of your talk about quitting school. We'll have none of your gossip. I wish to have none of the sweet potatoes, please.
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have none of

see under not have it.
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