One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate that one would like something.
- ‘Well I've had a few rums, but I wouldn't say no.’
- ‘Although right now, if someone were to offer me a plump chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto and smokey fontina cheese smothered in a crimini and heavy cream sauce, I wouldn't say no.’
- ‘All I said was that, if the he was hit with an injury crisis that robbed him of all his strikers and so came to me to fill-in for one game, I wouldn't say no.’
- ‘I wouldn't say no to chocolate, especially in brownie form, right now either.’
- ‘The diet industry is, after all, worth many billions of pounds every year and I wouldn't say no to a slice of that, for want of a better word, pie.’
- ‘All I'm saying is that I wouldn't say no to a piece of chocolate cake.’
- ‘Of course, if someone wanted to give me a book contract, I wouldn't say no.’
- ‘I wouldn't say no if someone wanted to bake me this cake.’
- ‘Over all the team looks tired and I wouldn't say no to a complete generational change.’
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