Definition of wild horses wouldn't —— in English:

wild horses wouldn't ——

phrase

  • Used to convey that nothing could persuade or force one to do something.

    ‘wild horses wouldn't have kept me away’
    • ‘Even though I'll be in Birmingham on Saturday (Aston Villa v Charlton), wild horses wouldn't drag me away from some of these places on Sunday.’
    • ‘He assured friends that wild horses wouldn't drag him back to the Lords when he stepped down as Archbishop of York last weekend.’
    • ‘Well, a pack of wild horses wouldn't have got Angela out of the Sari Club - all the attention she was getting.’
    • ‘I don't know where he gets it from because wild horses wouldn't drag me onto a stage.’