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Definition of "never-never" []

  • At no time; not ever
  • Certainly not; by no means; in no case
  • Surely not! (exclamation)
  • Installment plan (noun)

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  • The remote outback of Australia; unpopulated desert country (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "never-never" in a sentence
  • "And yet the incentives for governments and officials to ignore strict value-for-money principles remain – most of the PFI debt still doesn't appear in the official debt or deficit figures and departments can leverage their budgets by putting spending on the never-never."
  • "More important, Mr. Levy explains how the company's "geek never-never land for unspeakably brainy Lost Boys and Girls" spawns many of Google's tech innovations, from interactive Google Maps to the Android phone ­software that now outsells Apple's iPhone."
  • "Google offices appeared to be a geek never-never land for unspeakably brainy Lost Boys and Girls."