from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Informal In any event; at least.
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- adv. "at least".
- adv. minimally
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- At least: formerly used with at, with the same force.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. if nothing else (`leastwise' is informal and `leastways' is colloquial)
"Not once -- leastwise, that is to say ----" A guilty memory of Rosherwich made him bungle here.
Perhaps the model-woman's attraction lay in that to the eye she was a handsome animal; perhaps she fascinated him with her old - world talk of palaces and princes; leastwise she dazzled him whose life had been worked out in uncultured roughness, and he at last agreed to her suggestion of a run down the river and a marriage at
Not sure about MASK (leastwise I couldn't spot them), but there's a Gundam at the far right of the picture, and possibly a ZOID by the jeep thing.
I would guess it too won't be overlooked by those remaining fence-sitting superdelegates - leastwise those who possess a shred of self respect.
I mean, couldn't they get some pitchers of Satan or, leastwise, Obamandingo?
We are proud and we are strong and we don't take a shafting from anyone, leastwise a pack of robber barons.
There's no moon in the sky, leastwise, that I can see.
Henry; leastwise he died on the voyage; but the wild folk took it cruel well, for you see, we was always as civil with them as
NEWFANE -- The town is asking people not to vote -- by machine, leastwise.
‘That ‘a can very well — leastwise, if he’s got the sense.’