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nevermind

[nev-er-mahynd, nev-er-mahynd] /ˌnɛv ərˈmaɪnd, ˈnɛv ərˌmaɪnd/
noun, Older Use.
1.
attention; heed; notice (usually used in negative constructions):
Pay him no nevermind.
2.
business; affair; responsibility (usually used in negative constructions):
It's no nevermind of yours.
Origin of nevermind
1930-1935
1930-35; noun use of verb phrase never mind
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  • nevermind,” it seemed to say; “we shall have to-morrow;” and then she bade them cheerfully good-night.

    Not Like Other Girls Rosa N. Carey
Word Origin and History for nevermind
n.

also never-mind "difference, matter for attention," 1935, American English, from verbal expression never mind "forget it," originally never mind it attested by 1795; see never + mind (v.).

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