won't hear of

won't hear of

see under not have it.
See also: hear, of
References in classic literature ?
Say that to my wife," said Sancho, who had until now listened in silence, "for she won't hear of anything but each one marrying his equal, holding with the proverb 'each ewe to her like.
Mr Schu and his loyal band of choristers won't hear of it.
The smaller parties, of course, won't hear of any change.
His dad won't hear of me letting him scream, although I was advised by a health visitor to try it.
And the bookies' strong favourite to be top handler at this year's Festival won't hear of defeat for him or his exciting hurdling prospect Denman.
and her equally foolish brother Gaev (Bluteau) won't hear of a plan that involves felling the orchard to make way for summer cottages.
I think we should get the boy a lawyer, but Malcolm won't hear of it," she had whispered, the snoring low and steady.
Susan (Mary Healey) and June (Mary Evans) have had a stinker of a row and although their husbands want them to call a truce, the women won't hear of it.
We try and tell her to slow down but she won't hear of it and we have had to just stop saying it now to her.
There's no greater admirer of l d a Ronaldo than Ronaldo (below) but he has a track record - in fact a flat-track record - of going missing when stakes are highest and I won't hear of defeat for Spain tonight.
I offered to pay her fuel bills but she won't hear of it.
The French, though, won't hear of defeat for Act One, who looked a colt of the highest class when winning his trial at Longchamp last month.
Engelbert is the oldest European raider since Genghis Khan - in fact there are rumours he discovered several of the countries he'll be up against at Eurovision - but bookies won't hear of defeat for him.
The Atari craze has besieged our early-'80s, Midwestern high school students, and the Weirs' befuddled patriarch (``SCTV's'' Joe Flaherty) - who fears anything he can't understand - won't hear of it.
Stockport are criminally over-priced at 9-2 to win at Forest on the evidence of their 4-2 triumph at Bradford in midweek, and I won't hear of failure for Swindon (17-10 at Northampton), and Leeds (11-10 at Ipswich), mainly because I've bought ear-plugs.