But-no in a sentence

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How to use but-no in a sentence. But-no pronunciation.

But-no! do not thank me, for I do not share your views upon the subject, monsieur.
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But-no man has any right to stick to his opinion simply because it is his opinion.
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But-no, Romayne!-this must not be.
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He called the nymph; but-no doubt because there was something unusual and frightful in his tone she did not appear, nor answer him.
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Some qualm might come over him in the other business, but-no, no-your father knows you're innocent of robbery.
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Examples of But-no

Example #1
M. Gaston rose to greet his visitor.
Example #2
Alas! for several weeks yet.
Example #3
He has no right to hold a promise which he had no right to make.
Example #4
He is right to stick to his opinion if his opinion be founded on good grounds, and if he have heard nothing that ought to cause him to alter it.
Example #5
I admire you, feel with you; and I refuse.
Example #6
On behalf of the Church, I say it-I refuse the gift.