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nope

An informal way of saying "no." Sometimes used to add emphasis. A: "Billy, have you seen your sister recently?" B: "Nope." "Nope! Nope, nope, nope," she said when she opened the door to the dark, creepy cellar.

nope

interj. no. She asked him to do it, but he said, “Nope.”
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Nope, I reckon they're a spent force and you know what?
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Nope, she didn't hurt her hands in an accident like one reader worried.