absolutely not

absolutely not

A strong declaration of refusal or denial. A: "Hey, can you loan me some money?" B: "Absolutely not! You still haven't paid back the money you borrowed from me last time."
See also: absolutely, not
References in classic literature ?
So I had plenty of occupation, which I was glad of; and as to Charley, she was absolutely not to be seen for needlework.
There was absolutely not the ghost of a chance of another ball being bowled.
Being as I am, why didst not thou the Head Command me absolutely not to go, Going into such danger as thou saidst?
He said: "Disruptive behaviour, whether alcohol-related or not, is absolutely not tolerated at Newcastle Airport and can result in consequences such as arrest, passengers not being allowed to fly, or passengers being banned from the airport.
It was absolutely not about blaming the new format or the new competition.
Absolutely not, absolutely not, Poe said when a reporter asked if it was true that she sent businessman Bobby Ongpin to talk and convince Binay to withdraw.
They are absolutely not reporting it and that is a big problem," he said.
I scare very easily and there is nothing about being scared that I like" Actress Jamie Lee Curtis does not enjoy watching horror films "It was so delicious that we finished dinner first" Journalist India Knight recalls going into labour while dining at the River Cafe "Do some work you whingeing bunch of lazy b***" Emma Sayle, a longstanding friend of the Duchess of Cambridge, hits out at London's striking Underground train drivers "These people have absolutely not been excommunicated .
I'll tell you one thing, though: I know for certain what it's absolutely not about.
During his regular Call Clegg radio in London he said: "He was absolutely not aware of polls elsewhere.
She told friends the wine was absolutely not hers and that she's sober.
Speaking in front of the National Assembly's Health and Social Care Committee, she said: "It is absolutely not a bailout at all.
CDATA[ The writer, absolutely not willing to forego his principles in order to be politically correct - and shomer Shabbat, as well - has paid a steep price for his love of the land and the Torah.
I am certainly not pushing one person over another and it still has not been decided, absolutely not.