any way vs anyway

any way anyway


  • 1) speech act Used to indicate a change of subject.
  • 2) In any way or manner whatever.
  • 3) In any case; at least.
  • 4) Nevertheless; regardless.
  • 5) Anywise; at all.
  • 6) in any way whatsoever


  • 1) Celebrity is whingeing about being paid millions for doing what you'd want to do anyway.
  • 2) If you saw it, go again anyway.
  • 3) And if you are worried enough to try this app, you should be going anyway.
  • 4) Football was always what I wanted to do anyway.
  • 5) But old men who think they're going to die anyway aren't very effective activists.
  • 6) And I'm not sure she has done her job that well anyway.
  • 7) Why not just spend the money improving roads anyway?
  • 8) You need to do your job anyway.
  • 9) My spies tell me that her turntable work is pretty limited anyway.
  • 10) The school needs to know anyway so they are understanding if this affects her schoolwork.
  • 11) Your comments are unlikely to reach those you want them to anyway.
  • 12) Where the hell have they got to go anyway?
  • 13) You stick with him so he has no reason to change anyway.
  • 14) Who else would pay him that money anyway?
  • 15) He may be taken off the job anyway next year.
  • 16) But here the garden is limited anyway.
  • 17) Whose business is it anyway where anyone wants to send their money?
  • 18) She said she was going to have a go anyway.
  • 19) Until the summer anyway when change will be inevitable.
  • 20) We have little money anyway and he just throws it away.
  • 21) Hazard could hurt you anyway he wanted.
  • 22) It was an egg that would have gone to waste anyway.
  • 23) They rarely change and anyway she eats like a sparrow.
  • 24) Many refused the offer of money anyway.
  • 25) His defensive options are limited anyway.
  • 26) Too much is made of work defined as a job, anyway.
  • 27) The world knows anyway that Britain is a soft touch.
  • 28) She took the job anyway, but the experience riled.
  • 29) Perhaps that's all we needed to know anyway.
  • 30) Who set those limits, anyway?
  • 31) Calling sounds like rain or thunder white noise is somewhat of a misnomer, but the makers of downloadable apps and sleep machines use the term anyway.
  • 32) Further 1051 E, E. 1, E. 2 states the State of AZ, subdivisions, and agencies MAY NOT be prohibited in anyway from the sharing of a citizens info with theFeds.
  • 33) Maybe what those sued should do being that they cannot win anyway is lay down in court so to speak.
  • 34) I think being unhappy in anyway is now against the law
  • 35) Stephenson makes a very writerly comment in the introduction, how the world of Anathem is not our world but he strives to make it seem familiar by using common terms—while it may not be called "carrot" on their world, he will use the term anyway since the foods are analogous.
  • 36) That just struck me as dumb, and since I was getting pretty burnt out on the title anyway, that was reason enough to give it up.
  • 37) The market place is clogged as is and can scarcely hold another title anyway, regardless of how good the work is.
  • 38) ‘Oh well, entering the Masters Games was only a vague idea anyway.’
  • 39) ‘That's the idea, anyway, but so far progress has been slow.’
  • 40) ‘This is defeatist nonsense, not to mention entirely disingenuous, anyway.’
  • 41) ‘Perhaps a change at the helm may not be a bad idea anyway.’
  • 42) ‘The ward was clearly badly managed anyway - the idea of mixing genders in the alcoves made a lot of people very uncomfortable.’
  • 43) ‘That was a pretty problematic idea anyway, considering that Glasgow has neither the climate nor the produce to sustain it.’
  • 44) ‘So much so that he had perpetuated this lie, or the idea of it, anyway, for some time.’
  • 45) ‘Having photos for babies in their passports is a stupid idea anyway.’
  • 46) ‘I don't think he ever really believed much in me and my ideas, anyway.’
  • 47) ‘Paying by credit card is probably not a great idea anyway, as your card provider will typically charge you a 1.5 per cent cash handling fee.’
  • 48) ‘So, I have an alternative plan but it still involves some meditating, which is not all that bad an idea, anyway.’
  • 49) ‘Many cities and towns have leash laws which require this, but it's a good idea anyway.’
  • 50) ‘The question is academic anyway because, having threatened to involve his wife, I suspect that he will simply not risk seeing you again.’
  • 51) ‘There might be an argument that they prevent fraud, but I don't know what it would be, and the Ohio case raises questions about that anyway.’
  • 52) ‘There is really not enough information to answer your questions anyway.’
  • 53) ‘He'd probably get it completely wrong, anyway, because the truth was that he knew nothing about her.’
  • 54) ‘I think people naturally put too much focus on singers anyway.’
  • 55) ‘I only remember half of that rule, and it's not the important part, anyway.’
  • 56) ‘In small towns, where everyone knew everyone else, surnames were not particularly important anyway.’
  • 57) ‘But the legal issue is not the most important argument anyway.’
  • 58) ‘When was a Leftist concerned about the truth anyway?’
  • 59) ‘Liz gets angry at him and tells him that if he feels that way about the family, what difference would the truth make anyway?’
  • 60) ‘And how, in the light of Saussure's account of language, could we be sure it was the truth, anyway?’
  • 61) ‘Or, who is that entourage of questionable quirky characters anyway?’
  • 62) ‘Why was she about to get into this conversation with David anyway?’
  • 63) ‘Why has Britpop been so important in recent years anyway?’
  • 64) ‘And what would they do that would be so important anyway?’
  • 65) ‘My question is - without Prozac, would any depressed person be likely to produce significant amounts of serotonin anyway?’
  • 66) ‘It is a habit I must break soon but anyway, that's the subject of another post…’
  • 67) ‘But anyway, when I steered the conversation away from himself, we had a good time.’
  • 68) ‘One rarely struck up a conversation with Angela unless she spoke first; anyway, it was enough just to be with her.’
  • 69) ‘Okay, so anyway, before I was so rudely interrupted, he came and sat with me.’
  • 70) ‘Kenny cooks badly, that's why I often cook for him, anyway, next question please.’
  • 71) ‘The COO retorts that people need the benefits, and anyway, the important thing is paying down your debt.’
  • 72) ‘But anyway, far more important than that, is that this new profile feature has led to the discovery of my perfect match.’
  • 73) ‘And anyway, work was important and the world hated me, so there was no real problem with me studying and reading so much.’
  • 74) ‘That's not important right now anyway; the most urgent thing is getting you to someplace safe.’
  • 75) ‘I question that, but anyway… I will be sure to have a review up as soon as we get home.’
  • 76) ‘But if the talks drag on beyond next week, sources close to the group say it will probably press ahead with the announcement anyway.’
  • 77) ‘But the university's administration may go ahead with the deal anyway.’
  • 78) ‘We told them they would look foolish if they ran the story but they went ahead anyway.’
  • 79) ‘She knew what she was doing, she knew the dangers, and went ahead anyway.’
  • 80) ‘Most people will find out the truth about your departure anyway.’
  • 81) ‘I don't know if I could have trusted someone so much - but I would have asked the questions anyway.’
  • 82) ‘He still looked slightly shocked and uncomfortable at the news, but continued on with his questions anyway.’
  • 83) ‘So, I'm going to ask the question anyway, and if it doesn't get answered, I'll just do it my way.’
  • 84) ‘It was more of a quiet observation than a question but Marlo answered anyway.’
  • 85) ‘My sense is that you're going to do this anyway, so the question is really what can you do to avoid the worst possible downside scenario.’
  • 86) ‘Sighing, she made a wish on it anyway, knowing it was just as unlikely that it would come true.’
  • 87) ‘The unions were scared they would be implicated in violence and lose public support, but marched anyway.’
  • 88) ‘He did not hear them, because 95 percent of the submissions Maori made are opposed to the bill, but he is still supporting it anyway.’
  • 89) ‘Brooke didn't figure he was talking to her, nor cared for her opinion on the subject, but she spoke up anyway.’
  • 90) ‘Again, the Government will presumably pass this anyway come August if it doesn't get through in the next couple of weeks.’
  • 91) ‘Bisenova had been vaccinated, but she came down with smallpox anyway, then passed it along to several other people.’
  • 92) ‘The bill went nowhere in the Senate, and Congress was ultimately unable to pass the reauthorization anyway.’
  • 93) ‘Some members of the ruling Liberal Party say they won't vote for the bills, but the bills are expected to pass anyway.’
  • 94) ‘If that girl isn't open, fake the pass anyway, then throw the ball to either of the advancing sideline girls.’
  • 95) ‘She hadn't believed in chain letters, but had passed them on anyway.’

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