One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to encourage someone in a difficult situation.
- ‘But we're one of those teams that will never say die.’
- ‘However, Mount-mellick's never say die attitude was exemplified by Aiden Challoner's goal late in the game, but it was a case of too little, too late.’
- ‘Oh come on now, old thing, never say die, every little counts, etc.’
- ‘Remember, everyone, never say die, unless you're really serious about it!’
- ‘In Trevor's case, and he had the biggest margin to make up, it was a case of slow and steady, head down tail up and never say die.’
- ‘Never say never, as the script writers for some James Bond movie once memorably remarked, and never say die, as someone else said.’
- ‘That never say die approach was perfectly illustrated with Shane Cooney's mammoth 46th minute point from almost the halfway line to signal the start of the Mitchels revival.’
- ‘We are both very confident and positive people who back our own ability and never say die.’
- ‘As a player he showed a fantastic never say die attitude and very astute football brain.’
- ‘They were right in thinking he would never say die.’
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