anywise

anywise

[en-ee-wahyz]
adverb
in any way or respect.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English ani wise, Old English on ǣnige wīsan in any wise. See any, wise2

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anywise (ˈɛnɪˌwaɪz)
 
adv
chiefly (US) in any way or manner; at all

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anywise
O.E., from any + wise (n.).
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