- in no way, respect, or degree; not at all; nowise: He was noway responsible for the accident.
Origin of noway
Related Words for nowayunimaginable, impractical, impervious, inaccessible, unworkable, unreasonable, impassable, insurmountable, futile, useless, inconceivable, unthinkable, hopeless, unattainable, absurd, forlorn, vain, despondent, sad, preposterous
Examples from the Web for noway
Historical Examples of noway
She was a little uncertain which way to turn, but noway uncertain of her business.The Doctor's Family
Mrs. (Margaret) Oliphant
The description of the scene there witnessed is in noway exaggerated.Charles Dickens as a Reader
But this defect is noway corrected by Aristokles their opponent.
But the aggregate of works composing our Aristotle is noway in harmony with that Catalogue.Aristotle
I wa'n't agoin' to let no Simpson carry you to no train, noway.The Quality of Mercy
W. D. Howells
- in no manner; not at all; nowiseAlso in the US (not standard): noways
- used to make an emphatic refusal, denial, etc