want none of (something)

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want 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: none, of, want
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We wanted none of their boarding-houses and none of their whisky.
Lead trainer Buboy Fernandez, however, wanted none of that.
Whatever I said, parroting Pulli, Lasorda wanted none of it.
He said that it had become clear, "what Jada had been saying the whole time about hiding behind my ego, my dreams and my desires and pretending like it's love and I realised [Jada] wanted none of the stuff I had built."
But one college professor wanted none of that and made sure his students understood in a language they knew well: 'hugot' lines.
"But once weapons started being used, he wanted none of that.
She traced me to my hostel room at the university and told me she had obtained a transfer to Nairobi so she could be 'closer' to us, her children.I was alarmed at this development and wanted none of it.
Although the executive branch of several governments pressed for fiscal expansion, their legislative branches wanted none of that.
However, our boy Baird wanted none of that plan, and on June 27, 2011 he flew secretly into Benghazi to meet with the Libyan rebels.
Although colleagues at Radio Atlanta wanted none of it, he organised a boarding party to seize Radio City, justifying the move by alleging he was owed PS10,000 for the transmitter.
I told her I felt certain I could locate a good used stock for a friendly price, but she wanted none of that.
I had the pleasure of lunching with Steen at Jean-Georges Vongerichten's restaurant, Nougatine, in New York City recently to find out what I could learn about her approach to the culinary arts, and little tricks such as how to order well from a menu (naturally, I wanted everything she had ordered and she wanted none of mine, except the watermelon salad.
"I cut my ties, I sold my rings," sings Willett, "I wanted none of this." It could be a musing on leaving the grind of a normal life behind for music.
"Reggie just thought that Kim placed too much of a priority on her fame and reality television though and he wanted none of it.
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