nay[ ney ]SEE DEFINITION OF nay
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NAY
“Nay, he is safe at home, where I would I were,” sighed Kit.
Much, nay most, of this was undoubtedly owing to the genius of the songstress.
"Nay, I had other things upon my mind," the squire answered.
Nay, we must carry on and play the part of the helpless merchant.
Nay, keep yours, my fair sirs, for we may have work for them.
"Nay, there is no ford nearer than Tourville," answered the old archer.
"Nay, I cannot say," said Alleyne, with a wild throb of sudden hope in his heart.
"Nay, there you are wide of the clout," the bowman said gravely.
"Nay, you cannot vex me," he answered, all warm again at the very sight of her.
"Nay, I scarce think that they would have mishandled you so," said Alleyne in surprise.