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noway

or no·ways

[ noh-wey ]

adverb

  1. in no way, respect, or degree; not at all; nowise:

    He was noway responsible for the accident.



noway

/ ˈnəʊˌweɪ /

adverb

  1. in no manner; not at all; nowise Also in the US (not standard)noways


sentence substitute

  1. used to make an emphatic refusal, denial, etc
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Word History and Origins

Origin of noway1

Middle English word dating back to 1275–1325; no 2, way 1
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Example Sentences

For how long content—content is not the word: despairingly acquiescent—theres no word to express that—I can noway tell.

He said they were ez green ez frogs, an' didn't know nothin' noway, an' fer me to take keer uv 'em.

Dear, dear, what a misfortune; and the fine young gentleman cant get the place noway without it.

Pumps the blood right up to the heart, an' I ain't feelin' very good just now, noway.

I reckon sometime yistiddy; but it couldn' a-been so ve'y long ago, noway!

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