Never in a sentence

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Quantrell sometimes spares, but Anderson never,” became a tradition of the Kansas line.
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You must never wait for me, never,” he said.
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But her ladyship for her part always averred that it was her husband’s quarrel, and not her own, which occasioned the banishment of the two into the country; and the cruel ingratitude of the sovereign in giving away, out of the family, that place of Warden of the Butteries and Groom of the King’s Posset, which the two last Lords Castlewood had held so honourably, and which was now conferred upon a fellow of yesterday, and a hanger-on of that odious Dorchester creature, my Lord Bergamot(6); “I never,” said my lady, “could have come to see his Majesty’s posset carried by any other hand than an Esmond.
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For it would be absurd, in the present edition, to chronicle solemnly the rectification of mere misprints like “H_o_xton” for “H_e_xton”, or the change from “was never” to “never was”.
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Never,” he replied, “and perhaps we shall discover some remains of the vegetable kingdom, of habitations, or of an encampment.
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Examples of Never

Example #1
Before he died in a skirmish with Northern troops in 1864, he had tied fifty-three knots in a silken cord which he carried in his buckskin pouch.
Example #2
Among the women who lost their lives was Miss Josephine Anderson, whose cruel death simply blighted her brother’s life and so filled him with determination to revenge that he afterward became the most desperate of desperate men.
Example #3
At eleven she had gone over to her father’s house and rung the bell.
Example #4
Gertrude was standing at the head of the stairs with a candle in her hand; she had been waiting there since twelve o’clock.
Example #5
I should have dashed the salver out of Lord Bergamot’s hand, had I met him.
Example #6
Some say that the cause of her leaving Court was jealousy of Frank Esmond’s wife: others, that she was forced to retreat after a great battle which took place at Whitehall, between her ladyship and Lady Dorchester, Tom Killigrew’s daughter, whom the king delighted to honour, and in which that ill-favoured Esther got the better of our elderly Vashti.