anyway, Romney has been running around saying things like Obama doesn't believe Steve Jobs built Apple.
Which I try to do anyway, if I know I'm having a special meal in the evening.
anyway, one thing that didn't come up was Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.
But why bother throwing away good money when your guy has already delivered as much as he can anyway?
So, on some days anyway, it looks like Obama “gets it” in a way that Ryan and the Republicans do not.
"I'd have quit it anyway if you had just said the word," laughed her companion.
I don't see what good I shall get out of exchanging mine for yours, anyway.
“It seems like a fairy tale, anyway,” said Jessie, wide-eyed and pink-cheeked.
I wish he'd—well, it doesn't matter; he's dead, anyway—he's dead.
That wouldn't prevent them from trying to capture the golden skull, anyway.
1560s, any way "in any manner;" variant any ways (with adverbial genitive) attested from c.1560. One-word form predominated from 1830s. As an adverbial conjunction, from 1859. Middle English in this sense had ani-gates "in any way, somehow" (c.1400).