nohow nohow


  • (adv) in no manner; in no way


  1. Then you grab that muzzle and that off-horn and just try to wring his neck 'cause it won't break nohow.
  2. His enemies, he said, 'ain't worth hating, nohow.
  3. But I told all these kids If you don't make a 90 average in school, honey, no Paris, nohow.


  • She "didn't like baseball, nohow. She never did see me pitch and I guess she never will," Satchel wrote in 1948. "She thought baseball was sinnin', always playin' and never workin'."
    on Jul 27, 2009 By: Satchel Paige Source: NPR

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