from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. Otherwise; by another means; differently; in other respects; contrarily.
- adv. In a similar or comparable way; similarly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. See otherwise.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
Assassination attempts on key politicians and other efforts to target the government (cf. this story) might also be undertaken to try to destabilize the government in otherways.
“Having had several vessels taken from me & otherways lost a great deal of property in this war,” he told Bingham, “I conceive myself perfectly justifiable in the Eyes of God & Man to seek what I have lost from those that have plundered me.”
The town of Danvers Essex County “Voted not to give their Delagates any Instructions and left it with them, to assent to, and Ratify the same or otherways, as they think most Adviseable.”
This financial burden would expected to spill over and detract from quality of life in otherways.
And there are otherways to say Blitzkrieg -- one can even translate it as lightning attack.
I think clearly some of these people who want McDonald to win without overturning Slaughterhouse are not really interested in securing the right to arms, . . . so much as they are interested in constraining civil rights in otherways.
It means that deniers of whatever are few, and disproportunately disreputable in otherways.
Some have single payer, some do it through private insurers, some do it otherways.
A regrettable situation that should have been solved in otherways.
The fact that gay rights activists guard same-sex conception rights and refuse to accept that it should be banned is more proof that people are not happy being infertile with their partner, even though they are probably perfectly fertile with an opposite sex partner and could acquire children in otherways.