will have none of (something)(redirected from they'd have none of)
will have 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 would have none of it. I'll have none of this plan—find someone else to finance your schemes.
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have none of something
to tolerate or endure no amount of something. I'll have none of your talk about quitting school. We'll have none of your gossip. I wish to have none of the sweet potatoes, please.
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have none of
see under not have it.
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will have (or want) none of somethingrefuse to accept something (especially with reference to behaviour).
2000 Joe Pemberton Forever & Ever Amen It wasn't James's idea to board the Christina . He'd told Aunty Mary that it had sunk on the telly but she would have none of it.
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