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  • adv. Anyway (explaining or supporting a previous statement).


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  • Rickman's not the most striking stylist in the world he's got a habit I particularly dislike, though I see how it's tempting & I expect I fall into it myself, of marking a character's regional accent with the token stereotyped verbal tic, popping an "anyroad" into the Yorkshire guy's speech and a few "wivs" and such into the Cockney guy's and ... etc., without really having the characters speak in different patterns.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • Rutherford took it eagerly and hung it up for him, saying: "Well, you're here before Foxy, anyroad."

    The Life of the World to Come

  • "'Appen we're nearer the Fleet, anyroad, an' they ain't too curious there," she replied, and stood up, the pamphlets vanishing somewhere inside her shawls.

    The Serpent's Shadow

  • Push comes t 'shove, money an' rank stands together 'gainst the rest of us what always does the dirty work anyroad.

    Take A Thief

  • That's just one of the many secrets Carla's keeping her lacquer-lips shut about, for now, anyroad.

    British Blogs

  • anyroad, just want to mention some molotov-related passings, of augie colon, "grandfather of hawaiian percussion" and the man behind the bird calls and jungle sounds of martin denny's "quiet village", and tau moe, the "odysseus of the hawaiian steel guitar scene" who comes up with these? they're awesome!

    tales of the guambat.


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  • British (regional) - anyway.

    September 12, 2008