The Southern equivalent of saying "isn't it" or "aren't it". Synonymous with "ain't it" & "In'nit", Don't-It's main goal is to inform someone or some intangible object that a socially accepted agreement's been made towards something either being discussed or spoken of, as on a radio or TV.
Though Don't-It's not proper English, when it's said, it's closest to a raw statement or question.
DON'T-IT?
by NoEtOll August 29, 2010

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