Sayin in a sentence

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How to use sayin in a sentence. Sayin pronunciation.

All I had in mind in sayin' what I did was to-well, to kind of keep you from bein' too well satisfied and not try harder on the next one.
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New York is all right-I ain't sayin' a word against it-but New York and South Harniss are different.
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Suppose we say no and they say yes and keep on sayin' it?
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But the Red Cross folks said enough, and they're sayin' it yet.
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But I'd not be sayin' a word against him, for it's a pretty boy he is, to be sure.
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Well, then," interrupted Ellen, "there's at laste ninety-nine chances out of a hundred that your blessed father never had a hair of his head touched, and that's sayin' a good deal, darlin'.
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Mr. Kimball 's forever makin' one o' them famous jokes of his over him, 'n' sayin' 't he never looks across the square without he sees Shores tryin' to rise above his troubles 'n' his squirrel together, but I don't see nothin' funny in any of it myself.
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She come to call right in the first of it, 'n' I must say 't if she hadn't come mebbe a good many things might o' been different, for my mind was about made up then, an' I was thinkin' very serious o' mebbe sayin' suthin' to you that very night.
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There ain't nothin' left to say, 'n' every one keeps sayin' it over 'n' over from dawn to dark.
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I never went up in my garret without I skinned myself somewhere on that trunk, 'n' you know how often I go up garret, Mrs. Lathrop, so it goes without sayin' 's I 've been considerably skinned first 'n' last.
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Then every one begin sayin' 't it wasn't fair, 'n' Mrs. Sperrit stood up 'n' said she knowed a good way.
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He follows her all over, sayin', 'Wash zhat?
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Some say he isn't so fierce as the grizzly, but he is nearly twice as big, and there's certain seasons that he'll fight at the drop of the hat, as the sayin' goes.
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Got up at three a. m. to help feed the animals and hosses, and assist the chef in the cook tent; waited on table for the canvas men and other nobility from six to nine a. m., 'doubled in brass' as the sayin' goes, with the band, by carryin' the front end of the bass drum in the gra-a-nd street parade, wore a toga as a Roman senator in the great entree, handled jugglin' and other apparatus durin' two performances, and at midnight helped to take down the big top.
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An' she ended that letter by sayin' she would soon leave Salt Lake City with the man she had come to love, en' would never be heard of again.
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Mike tipped me the wink, sayin': "They're goin' after the champeen of the tribe.
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My mither worn't bad; an if yo say she wor, yo're a _beast_ for sayin it!
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Thet's wot I've been sayin' to myself lyin' here all night.
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Thet's wot I bin sayin' o' my wife Sadie,-her that I actooally got to think kem back to me last night.
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En keep on sayin' it!
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Examples of Sayin

Example #1
It don't pay to be too well satisfied. . . .
Example #2
Lord knows I'm the last one on earth who'd ought to criticize anybody.
Example #3
New York and South Harniss are different.
Example #4
Now you're in New York most of the year, and so's your wife and daughter.
Example #5
Suppose they decide to get married no matter what we say.
Example #6
What are we going to do about it?