Anywise



in any way or respect.
Historical Examples

This spur is one of the few points from which the mass of the Mont Cervin is in anywise approachable.
The Stones of Venice, Volume I (of 3) John Ruskin

This did not shew that he cared much for our presence, or was in anywise interested in it.
The Wild Huntress Mayne Reid

My thoughts made a flying circle of perplexity and I could not anywise come at a resolution.
Humphrey Bold Herbert Strang

Hath Alice been strangled, or in anywise hurt, by this wicked spirit?
Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 2 (of 2) John Roby

There may have been a cove in sight, but I could not make it out, and anywise it must have been too far for us.
A Sea Queen’s Sailing Charles Whistler

Woe, in fact, to all who are clumsy or cowardly, or in anywise not ‘masters of the situation.’
Prose Idylls Charles Kingsley

It is sufficient to mention all of it that is anywise material to this history.
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling Henry Fielding

He is not, on the other hand, to be in anywise associated with the romanticists.
French Art W. C. Brownell

The practice is a cruel, useless, and highly deleterious one, which owners of horses ought not in anywise to encourage or permit.
Riding for Ladies Mrs. Power O’Donoghue

Virtue is undoubtedly beneficent; but the man is to be envied to whom her ways seem in anywise playful.
Aphorisms and Reflections from the Works of T. H. Huxley T. H. Huxley

adverb
(mainly US) in any way or manner; at all
adv.

Old English ænige wisan, from any + wise (n.). One-word form from c.1200.

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