nohow

[noh-hou]
adverb Nonstandard.
under no circumstances; in no way (usually preceded by another negative): I can't learn this nohow.

Origin:
1765–75; no2 + how1

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nohow (ˈnəʊˌhaʊ)
 
adv
not standard (in negative constructions)
 a.  under any conditions
 b.  in any manner

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nohow
"not at all," 1775, Amer.Eng., from no + how, on model of nowhere.
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Example sentences
Can't get no letter now, don't need no letter nohow.
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