Definition of mayn't in English:

mayn't

Syllabification: may·n't
Pronunciation: /ˈmā(ə)nt
 
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rare

contraction

May not.
More example sentences
  • As you mayn't hold the ball for more than three seconds, the game has pace; and as Norwegian girls are traditionally athletic, these matches are played with speed, skill and courage.
  • They mayn't always understand the context of what they find appealing, but it still seems better than what hasn't worked in their own experience.
  • In the case of macular degeneration, our experience mayn't completely serve us or the client if we don't understand what we're dealing with.

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