Is ain't a word?
- the wackiness of movies, once so deliciously amusing, ain't funny anymore
- —Richard Schickel
- I am telling you—there ain't going to be any blackmail
- —R. M. Nixon
- the creative process ain't easy
- —Mike Royko
- well—class it ain't
- —Cleveland Amory
- for money? say it ain't so, Jimmy!
- —Andy Rooney
- you ain't seen nothing yet
- that ain't hay
- two out of three ain't bad
- if it ain't broke, don't fix it
- Ain't She Sweet
- It Ain't Necessarily So
Examples of ain't in a Sentence
It's a free country, ain't it?
Those people ain't got a clue.
Her husband left and she ain't never been the same.
Origin and Etymology of ain't
First Known Use: 1749See Words from the same year
AIN'T Defined for Kids
Definition of ain't for Students
- … the man who swept the streets said: “Well now, ain't that nice!”
- —Robert McCloskey, Make Way for Ducklings
- “She ain't seen me for a week …”
- —Richard Peck, A Long Way From Chicago
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