be having none of (something)

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be having 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 were having none of it. I'm having none of this plan—find someone else to finance your schemes.
See also: have, none, of
References in classic literature ?
He looked so wistful as he went away, hearing the frolic and evidently having none of his own."
Muted reaction has become the norm for players who net against one-time colleagues but Mackie was having none of that, saying: "I'm in a team that's bottom of the league and I haven't scored a goal yet.
why not?" Gareth Southgate is determined to play down the Three Lions hype after past flops, but Alli is having none of that.
And while Snapchat has apologized for its 'terrible mistake' of unintentionally letting that 'disgusting' ad appear on its service, the pop star was having none of it.
Unfortunately for me Taff was having none of it, and having been let into the garden he would stare at me wantonly through the kitchen or conservatory windows before starting to howl like a wolf.
Aaron tells her he's doing fine, but she's having none of it.
Kate and the lad's mum did their best to comfort him but he was having none of it.
For the period 2013-2015, 13% of adults aged [greater than or equal to] 65 years reported having none of 10 selected diagnosed chronic conditions; 25% had one, 46% had two or three, and 16% had four or more of the conditions.
But current owners the Science Museum in London are having none of it.
He claims that he's cut short his time in America to see her, but Ellie's having none of it.
I was having none of it and said Sturridge had loads of potential and would be a great buy.
vvTony McCoy can often impose his will on a horse, but Rum And Butter was having none of it in the 2m61/2f handicap hurdle at Fontwell.
"What to Do When You're Dead" is a spiritual and empowering read from Sondra Sneed, who shares her own empowering tale of finding spirituality in her life after decades of having none of it.
But Janine is having none of it, so she takes desperate measures to keep her husband to herself.