nope

[nohp]
adverb Informal.

Origin:
1885–90, Americanism; variant of no1; cf. yup

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nope (nəʊp)
 
sentence substitute
an informal word for no
 
[C19: originally US, a variant of no1]

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nope
1888, emphatic form of no.
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NOPE
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Example sentences
Nope, this fascinating life belongs to the loggerhead turtle.
Nope, completely uneconomical and not even as profitable as solar.
Nope, it's still applicable to some, thankfully a minority.
Nope, this is with a real vehicle that goes around a real test track.
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