Never in a sentence

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All loved, all valued him, for his extraordinary talents for a bravo's trade, to which he seemed peculiarly adapted, not only by his wonderful strength of body, but by the readiness of his wit, and his never- failing presence of mind.
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And-Bess, if you don't want to live-if you don't fight for life-you'll never-" "Oh! I want-to live!
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His niece Lady Farrer's singing of Sullivan's "Will he come" was a never- failing enjoyment to him.
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But promise me, too, that you will only look on, or I will never-' Argemone had not time to finish her sentence before Lancelot had promised seven times over, and meant to keep his promise, as we all do.
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Madelon Hautville never-" stammered Burr Gordon, furiously.
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Do you reckon you can go and face your uncles when they come to kiss you good-morning, and never-" "There, there, don't!
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I never-" I felt that if she raised the paper club once more I should scream.
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Your cur under my bed, indeed, so sure do you never-.
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If he isn't big enough to make himself seen," Lahoma serenely returned, "I won't never-" "You won't ever-" Bill corrected.
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Or may I never- AJAX.
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Had she been able to adhere to one line of conduct, if only for a few weeks at a time, and let herself be guided by her never- failing love, he would, in this stimulating atmosphere, have made of his married life what his mother, in spite of all, had made of hers.
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I thought perhaps she never-" "She never," said Aunt Olivia, briefly.
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I sat down opposite to it, and hearing its regular and never- changing voice, that one deep constant note, uppermost amongst all the noise and clatter in the streets below, - marking that, let that tumult rise or fall, go on or stop, - let it be night or noon, to-morrow or to-day, this year or next, - it still performed its functions with the same dull constancy, and regulated the progress of the life around, the fancy came upon me that this was London's Heart, - and that when it should cease to beat, the City would be no more.
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The modern buildings (of the Sacred Heart), on which you look down from these points of vantage, are in the vulgar taste which seems doomed to stamp itself on all new Catholic work; but there was never- theless a great sweetness in the scene.
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It has a charm, never- theless, which comes partly from its soft, bright yellow color, partly from a certain elegance of shape, of ex- pression; and on that well-washed Sunday morning, with its brilliant tone, surrounded by its circle of thin poplars, with the green country lying beyond it and a low blue horizon showing through its empty portals, it made, very sufficiently, a picture that hangs itself to one of the lateral hooks of the memory.
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I wish we'd never-" Lucia began to sing, and there was a moment's silence.
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I've heard of Cartesian wells, but never-" She broke off for this was quite too much for Raeburn's gravity; he laughed, but so pleasantly that she laughed too.
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They saw Him who had taken them into His convoy; who had given them their boats; who had been near them in the storm; who had given them light in the darkness; who had helped them in the dull calm; who had never left them; but who had kept and guided them across the ocean; and who now received them to His never- ending rest.
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They looked and were dressed like savages, and could never-" "Pooh!" interrupted the first, impatiently, "that is all nonsense.
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It was not without its natural influence upon him; but he regarded it most as a comfortable advertisement, and he lamented every day that this never- failing gas well was not near a large population, and he still its owner.
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Examples of Never

Example #1
Even Cinthia was inclined to feel some little affection for him, but-he really was too ugly.
Example #2
Abellino, this Italian Hercules, all terrible as he appeared to be, was not long a member of this society before his companions felt towards him sentiments of the most unbounded esteem.
Example #3
But I'd rather-die-than go back-to-to-" "To Oldring?
Example #4
Her lips moved in an affirmative. "I promise not to take you back to him or to Cottonwoods or to Glaze.
Example #5
He was humble in the extreme about his own taste, and correspondingly pleased when he found that others agreed with him.
Example #6
He much enjoyed good singing, and was moved almost to tears by grand or pathetic songs.