Indeed, the nay may be a career-preserving vote for all four.
Giffords had voted “nay” on two earlier debt-ceiling raises, in 2009 and in 2010.
How Obama changed New Yorkers from mean to nice, nay jubilant, last night.
And this tale involved the writing of a biography—which would just so happen to involve hours, nay years, of travel for them.
It is seriously - nay, spectacularly - flawed in its most fundamental aspects.
nay, I recollect it is a people with two heads, of which I have but one.
“nay, he is safe at home, where I would I were,” sighed Kit.
"nay, all is but begun," she said in a voice that was full of hate.
Much, nay most, of this was undoubtedly owing to the genius of the songstress.
"nay, I s'pose likely; 'less they're same as me, a born Shaker," Ansel replied.