Double Negative - frequency adverb + indefinite pronoun

English
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Regexp: 
\b(seldom|hardly|barely|rarely|scarcely) (no|not|\w+n't|none|neither|nor|never|nothing|nobody|noone|nowhere)\b
Regexp Flags: 
i
Regexp with Flags: 
/\b(seldom|hardly|barely|rarely|scarcely) (no|not|\w+n't|none|neither|nor|never|nothing|nobody|noone|nowhere)\b/i
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Description: 

A double negative employs two negatives in the same sentence so that they cancel each other and create a positive. In Shakespeare's day, double negatives were considered emphatic, but today, they are considered grammar mistakes.

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