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nope

nope \nope\, n. (Zo["o]l.) A bullfinch. [Prov. Eng.]

nope

nope \nope\, interj. & adv. No. [informal]

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
nope

1888, emphatic form of no, with emphasis on the closing of the lips.

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nope

Etymology 1 adv. (context informal English) no. n. (context informal English) A negative reply, no. vb. (context informal Internet Internet slang English) To leave an uncomfortable situation, usually quickly. Etymology 2

n. (qualifier: archaic except near Staffordshire, England) A bullfinch Etymology 3

n. (qualifier: East Midlands and Northern England) A blow to the head. vb. (qualifier: East Midlands and Northern England) (qualifier: archaic) To hit someone on the head.

Usage examples of "nope".

Since both Magid and Alkazar are high-tech, can get messages back and forth, no problem, nope nope.

I extend a general invitation to every biped, multiped, and noped that they could encroach on my privacy whenever the whim might strike their atrophied brainpans?

Nope, high aptitude at puzzle solving measures only one thing -- the ability to solve puzzles -- as Poundstone points out while discussing the curious membership of Mensa.

Nope, her recep had reappeared because his sense of responsibility demanded he escort her safely home.

Brawley, through sun-blanched smog, toward a meeting with a Dreamworks development executive, nope.

Since both Magid and Alkazar are high-tech, can get messages back and forth, no problem, nope nope.

If there were any justice in the world he'd've gone off into the world as a winter runaway, but nope, sticks like a cockleburr to a woolen vest.

Nope, not exercise, not diet- I still eat like a pig and you know it.

Nope, she honed right in on the genetic question of why he had blue eyes.

Nope, not one of the world's great living rooms, but with a shag rug and some nice modern furniture, it might be fine.