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- adv. All over; in every direction.
- adv. In all sorts of ways or manners.
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- adv. in a random manner
- adv. haphazardly
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Conrig had been given the Lord Mayor’s own fine bedroom, which was now somewhat of a mess with rugs kicked awry, chairs and stools dragged together before the fire and left every which way by the departed Companions, and tables and floor littered with the prince’s possessions, sheets of parchment, and a welter of maps and equipment lists.
West was the slowest, scrambling on all fours, slipping every which way in his oil-slicked boots, until at the very end of the chamber, as the ceiling became unbearably low, he dived onto his belly, sliding headfirst for the entire last four meters, emerging just as the ceiling hit the floor with a resoundingboom and closed off the Colossus’s chamber.