You may return to Paris, but I shall then be no more; n'importe—I shall be unchanged to the last.
"n'importe," replied Sir Patrick, gaily circulating the bottles.
n'importe; we shall not stay longer in Bastia than is necessary, and we may go further and fare worse.
Ten to one I shall never have the chance again; but n'importe.
Entre nous, my dear, our good mamma has said truer things than this bit of sentiment—but n'importe!
n'importe, mon cher; le capitaine va partir, et il n'a plus soif.
And when Susy gets old enough, I'm going to have her taught something—trade or profession, n'importe!
Her comment is characteristic: 'Ten to one I shall never have the chance again; but n'importe.'
Somehow, there's an eternity of "time" in that sentence; but n'importe: allons!
n'importe, my little Gogo; cease your supper, you will have the better appetite for your breakfast.