- in any way or respect.
Origin of anywise
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Examples from the Web for anywise
As for the Romans, neither the captains nor the soldiers were in anywise worthy of their name.Stories From Livy
This did not shew that he cared much for our presence, or was in anywise interested in it.The Wild Huntress
Hath Alice been strangled, or in anywise hurt, by this wicked spirit?
This "want" of it never, of course, in anywise depending on its qualities.Arrows of the Chace, v. 2
Woe, in fact, to all who are clumsy or cowardly, or in anywise not ‘masters of the situation.’Prose Idylls
- mainly US in any way or manner; at all
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Word Origin and History for anywise
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