Nothing is impossible, anything can happen, as in Mary said Tom would never call her again, but I told her, “Never say never.” This expression was first recorded in Charles Dickens’s Pickwick Papers (1837).
[nev-er-th uh-les] /ˌnɛv ər ðəˈlɛs/ adverb 1. nonetheless; notwithstanding; however; in spite of that: a small but nevertheless important change. /ˌnɛvəðəˈlɛs/ sentence connector 1. in spite of that; however; yet adv. c.1300, neuer þe lesse; as one word from early 14c., neuerþeles. The sense of never here is “not at all; none the,” as in […]
n. “person who never amounted to anything,” 1911, from never + was; probably coined to go with used-to-be. noun A person who never succeeded or captured notice; loser [1950s+; based on has-been]
[ney-vey] /neɪˈveɪ/ noun 1. granular snow accumulated on high mountains and subsequently compacted into glacial ice. 2. a field of such snow. /ˈnɛveɪ/ noun 1. Also called firn. a mass of porous ice, formed from snow, that has not yet become frozen into glacier ice 2. a snowfield at the head of a glacier that […]
[nee-vuh s] /ˈni vəs/ noun, plural nevi [nee-vahy] /ˈni vaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. any congenital anomaly of the skin, including moles and various types of birthmarks. /ˈniːvəs/ noun (pl) -vi (-vaɪ) 1. the usual US spelling of naevus nevus ne·vus (nē’vəs) n. pl. ne·vi (-vī’)