- anything but,
- anything goes,
- anything like,
Origin of anyway
Examples from the Web for anyway
Anyway, Hurley magically built a career from it, and is still smiling and siren-ing.Happy 20th Birthday, Liz Hurley’s Safety-Pin Dress|Tim Teeman|December 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In other words, Hagel may yet be in the job past January 2017 anyway.
Collins has a policy of generally not commenting on Hunger Games-related matters, anyway.‘The Hunger Games’ Stars Silent on Thai Protesters|Asawin Suebsaeng|November 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But go ahead and try it anyway, since it seems to work somehow.Mother’s Little Anti-Psychotic Is Worth $6.9 Billion A Year|Jay Michaelson|November 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Anyway, President Obama is going to have to change his style of governing.
"Anyway, I'll bet she blows back w'ere she come from, to-night," persisted the advocate of this theory.The Cruise of the Dry Dock|T. S. Stribling
Anyway, hell have something to talk about for the rest of his life, said George Glenn.Don Hale with the Flying Squadron|W. Crispin Sheppard
"Wouldn't necessarily prove anything, anyway," Newell broke in.The Telenizer|Don Thompson
It is wrong to raffle, anyway, says the chief of police, so it will serve them quite right—I shall not take a ticket.Sweethearts at Home|S. R. Crockett
I guess all that's true, but they'll shorely start in an hour or two anyway, an' then what are we to do to stop 'em?The Keepers of the Trail|Joseph A. Altsheler
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).