Never in a sentence

The word "never" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of never and how to use it in a sentence.

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How to use never in a sentence. Never pronunciation.

Well, I never!’ and similar Lucretian ejaculations.
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Well, I never!’ said Mrs. Bloss. ‘Yes.
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I never!’ Mr. Cymon, by an exertion of great personal strength, uprooted the chairs, and removed them further back.
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Examples of Never

Example #1
Little old men and women, with a small basket under one arm, and a wine-glass, without a foot, in the other hand, tender ‘a drop o’ the right sort’ to the different groups; and young ladies, who are persuaded to indulge in a drop of the aforesaid right sort, display a pleasing degree of reluctance to taste it, and cough afterwards with great propriety.
Example #2
The old pensioners, who, for the moderate charge of a penny, exhibit the mast-house, the Thames and shipping, the place where the men used to hang in chains, and other interesting sights, through a telescope, are asked questions about objects within the range of the glass, which it would puzzle a Solomon to answer; and requested to find out particular houses in particular streets, which it would have been a task of some difficulty for Mr. Horner (not the young gentleman who ate mince-pies with his thumb, but the man of Colosseum notoriety) to discover.
Example #3
Here the attendant laughed till Mrs. Bloss was in serious apprehension of her chuckling herself into a fit.
Example #4
This intelligence was but too true.
Example #5
Why, I’m blessed if there ain’t some ladies a-going in!’ exclaimed Mr. Joseph Tuggs, with intense astonishment.
Example #6
The ladies were employed in needlework, or watch-guard making, or knitting, or reading novels; the gentlemen were reading newspapers and magazines; the children were digging holes in the sand with wooden spades, and collecting water therein; the nursemaids, with their youngest charges in their arms, were running in after the waves, and then running back with the waves after them; and, now and then, a little sailing-boat either departed with a gay and talkative cargo of passengers, or returned with a very silent and particularly uncomfortable-looking one.