anyroad

anyroad

(ˈɛnɪˌrəʊd)
adv
a northern English dialect word for anyway
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Anyroad, the problem is - according to Susie Dent of Countdown - that we don't know enough words to describe all the brilliant things we want to say.
Anyroad, the fact that everything nowadays with my son is "proper" prompted a little experiment the other night.
I never loiked 'im anyroad, played fur the Villa ya know.
Anyroad, some sleazy journalist spotted us one night and our secret was oot.
So, anyroad, in the finish th'ospital had to chop it off for him and all his life after that, he had to piddle out his mouth.
Anyroad, he rings back and it's a reporter about Teesside werds an' 'e's wantin' ter talk the top fella like.
Anyroad, we 'ad all her little mates in the Southlands soft play effort last Sunder like, all runnin' round screamin' like.
Anyroads, our starters were excellent, although Neil and myself couldn't concentrate on the foodaswebothhadtheimpression all the other female customers were staring at us.