not in the slightest

not in the slightest

Not at all; not even a little bit. A: "I'm really sorry. Are you mad?" B: "Not in the slightest! I know it was a mistake."
See also: not, slight

not in the ˈslightest

not at all; not in the least: Flying doesn’t worry me in the slightest.
See also: not, slight
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O'Neill said: "I would have no problem about putting Westwood in, not in the slightest. "It will be a battle for that No.1 spot over time because I have three excellent goalkeepers with Craig Gordon also coming back from injury.
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Not in the slightest. Did he address the substance of the charges against him?
While it meets the highest standards of scholarship, it is not in the slightest degree scholastic -- that is, its truthfulness will ultimately be determined by practice.