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e.g. principle, consideration, jurisdiction
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double negative noun


a sentence where two negative words are used when only one would be correct
I ain't got nothing to say. NB What the speaker wanted to say was "I have nothing to say". However, on a strict understanding of the grammar, the speaker has actually said "I have something to say."

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