anyhow anyhow  /ˈɛ ni ˌhaʊ/


  1. (adv) used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement
  2. (adv) in any way whatsoever


  1. The relationship was starting to wane anyhow.
  2. Some stem-cell enthusiasts think that even antiabortion absolutists can support stem-cell research, since it uses surplus embryos that are doomed anyhow.
  3. Actually, of course, Russia would have her say in an Asiatic peace anyhow.


  1. Tony Gonzalez excused from Atlanta Falcons minicamp

    Tony Gonzalez of the Atlanta Falcons will miss mandatory veteran minicamp next week. But after 17 seasons, it's not really "mandatory" for the star tight end anyhow.
    on June 15, 2013     Source:

  2. TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER: Find philosophy, theology between the covers of 'A Dog Walks into a Nursing Home'

    They say it can't be done.. You can't teach an old dog new tricks, they say, but you've spent a good amount of time doing it successfully anyhow. Sit, stay, down, you've taught 'em all. It just took patience and love.. And in the new book "A Dog Walks into
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Newton Citizen

  3. Five race cars you can buy for less than a $400,000 racing pigeon

    Last month, a Chinese businessman paid $400,000 for a retired racing pigeon. As in bird, like the winged rats that rule NYC. Anyhow, 400 large is a lot of money. Race-car money. So Jack Baruth found five retired racing cars currently for sale that are cheaper than a pigeon. Because F1-car wings > pigeon wings. Here's the rundown. Photo: Getty Images
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Jalopnik


  1. "That's not nice, anyhow, to say in front of this crowd that I have 16 injuries and that I'm faking," Djokovic said during a postmatch interview that drew boos from the spectators in Arthur Ashe Stadium. "They're already against me, because...
    on Sep 4, 2008 By: Novak Djokovic Source: CNN International

  2. "I don't expect everyone in France to be friendly, but there should at least be a serene atmosphere," Bruyneel said. "Anyhow, Lance is accustomed to finding motivation out of anger and grudges."
    on Nov 16, 2008 By: Johan Bruyneel Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "It's not like we're not running well, because we are," Stewart said. "We've just had some circumstances that haven't gone our way. You'll have that. We tend to be a late-blooming team anyhow. We plan on doing the same thing we do every week....
    on Jul 10, 2008 By: Tony Stewart Source:

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