don't say it

don't say it

I know what you're about to say, and I don't want to hear it. I know I look bad, so don't say it. The kids kept me up half the night!
See also: say

Don't say it!

I don 't want to hear it!; I know, so you don't have to say it. John (joking): What is that huge pile of stuff on your head? Bill:Don't say it! I know I need a haircut.
See also: say
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"I don't say it's a plan I approve of," said the son; "I am only telling you what it is.
Don't say it's impossible--you don't know what may happen.
." And then, as Archer made no effort to glance at the paper or to repudiate the suggestion, the lawyer somewhat flatly continued: "I don't say it's conclusive, you observe; far from it.
"I don't say it's a trifle," Miss Staverton gravely interrupted.
You've been seen hanging about the place, and you've been heard more than once in a wrangle with him, and it's possible --I don't say it's certainly so, mind you, but it's possible--that he may have been heard to call you a threatening, murdering, dangerous fellow."
"I don't say it's the sort of nose one would wear out of mere foppery," he admitted.
Omer, 'I don't say it's the case with you,' winking at me, 'but I say that half the women in Yarmouth - ah!
I don't say it's not for his own interests to send him to China; I only say it's hard -- very, very hard on me."
"When one player I had in my 10 years as a manager it doesn't work, I don't say it's because of him.
Please don't say it's because of 'council cutbacks'.
In today, it would have been '2-0, go go go go go' - 3-0 or whatever, maybe four, I don't say it's possible today but maybe it is.
"It's the midway point and it's perfect for us, you can bring your own food and drink and you get all your own space, but it's also a bit more glamorous," before her friend interrupted with the helpful advice: "You can say it's good, but don't say it's too good, we want to get back in next year!" however, you cannot please everyone all the time and while for many the only complaint was that the toilets were a long way from the racecourse, one man did not enjoy his Village experience.
"I don't say it's important the England manager is English, but it would be a nice feel to it and it would be easier to get things put across to the players."
When people come in, they don't say it's a house made by somebody else, says Panlilio.
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