Definition of Not by a blame sight
1. Adverb. Definitely not. "And that isn't all, not by a long sight"
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Literary usage of Not by a blame sight
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1. Out West: A Magazine of the Old Pacific and the New by Charles Fletcher Lummis, Archaeological Institute of America Southwest Society, Sequoya League (1908)
"not by a blame sight. "'But what's this?' says Fivecents. 'Come on out, Mr. Beasom, and get us placed.' "I turned to explain matters, sayin' that these was ..."
2. Moments with Mark Twain by Mark Twain, Albert Bigelow Paine (1920)
""I reckon that old man a coward, Buck." "I reckon he warn'ta coward. Not by a blame' sight. There ain'ta coward amongst them ..."
3. The Writings of Mark Twain by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1899)
"I reckon that old man was a coward, Buck." " I reckon he warn'ta coward. Not by a blame' sight. There ain'ta coward amongst them Shepherd- sons— not a one. ..."
4. The White Indian Boy: The Story of Uncle Nick Among the Shoshones by Elijah Nicholas Wilson (1919)
"She told them that her poor boy must lose his leg. "not by a blame sight!" I said. Then I told the old medicine man to ..."