Never-no in a sentence

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How to use never-no in a sentence. Never-no pronunciation.

And it was a strange, and, I may say, a very touching sight, to see two creatures, of different species, so intimately attached to each other; and often, as I have looked at the dog when he was gazing at his master, have I said to myself, "Surely, something or some one has blundered, and a human soul was put, by mistake, into that dog's body," for never-no, sir, I will not qualify it-never have I seen a greater love look from human into human eyes than I have seen gazing devotedly up into the old man's face from the eyes of that dog.
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As I never-no, were it my last penny in the world-would dishonour your draft, I implore you, my dear Colonel, not to refuse mine.
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I'm afraid he suspected-what I never, never-no!
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Never-no, not even on the night when I first became his-had I known such delight.
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But of one consequence which has followed from the slave representation, pervading the whole organic structure of the Constitution, they certainly were not prescient; for if they had been, never-no, never would they have consented to it.
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In fact, the half-breed had changed with age and the experience of terrible scenes through which he had passed; nevertheless, he was still the faithful companion to whom Arthur Pym had often owed his safety, that same Dirk Peters who loved him as his own son, and who had never-no, never-lost the hope of finding him again one day amid the awful Antarctic wastes.
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Examples of Never-no

Example #1
Indeed, they seemed to have entered into a kind of partnership to share each other's moods as they shared each other's fortune.
Example #2
I will get to the dog all in good time, and, in order to feel as I do about the terrible thing that happened to him, you must know something about his master, for in an odd sort of way they supplemented each other.
Example #3
But his bounden duty was to wait on the ladies; and of course, only from duty's sake, he went the very first day and called in Park Lane.
Example #4
My credit in this city, where credit is everything, and the awful future so little thought of, my engagements to Mr. Flather, my own prospects in life, and the comfort of my dear sister's declining years, all-all depend upon this bold, this eventful measure.
Example #5
He left word, as the child was born on his birthright, he'd provide for it, and pay the mother's bill, unless you claimed the right.
Example #6
He slept on a chair, breakfasted, and was off before eight.