Never mind me, mother; I'm young and strong, I can stand work—but it's hard on you.
"Never mind, brother," replied the good Deacon, recovering his temper.
Never mind, you can help them; and when you begin to realize that, you will forget your fears.
Never mind; give it all the same; the picture will be of use, and we will adorn our attic with it.
We shall certainly be obliged to wait a great while, but never mind.
"Never mind about Aunt Judith," interrupted Decatur, firmly.
"Never mind what it says about Ireland," Uncle William retorted.
Never mind what they tell you—if they told you the truth, they'd tell you they want fees.
"I have brought him here, never mind how," Inez was saying, pointing to Henriques.
Never mind the ugly reflection which your glass may give you.