References in classic literature ?
It's bad enough to be a girl, anyway, when I like boy's games and work and manners
I don't remember and anyway it makes no difference.
Anyway, he would never allow one of his horses to be put to such a strain.
Young Andrews, not being acquainted with the moods of the great man, added cheerfully: "By one o'clock, anyway.
Anyway there's something on his mind, as sure as there must be something on a deck when it cracks.
It is hard lines for man and it is hard lines for beast, and who's to mend it I don't know: but anyway you might tell the poor beast that you were sorry to take it out of him in that way.
It is only for a minute, anyway, for the leader starts up again, in spite of all the protests of the other two.
It is, of course, a thing which ought to be settled, and I am not going to have anything particular to do next winter anyway.
Well, it's too many for ME, that's certain; must be a mighty long hole; however, I ain't got no time to fool around here, I got to "tend to business"; I reckon it's all right--chance it, anyway.
I could see that if I wanted to go a-visiting any distance from home, and the wind was ahead, I might have to wait days, maybe, for a change; and I could see, too, that these things could not be any use at all in a gale; if you tried to run before the wind, you would make a mess of it, for there isn't anyway to shorten sail - like reefing, you know - you have to take it ALL in - shut your feathers down flat to your sides.
It's the worst vice I've got--from my standpoint, anyway, because it's the one he can most easily find out, through the impatience of my creditors.
That's good enough for little rubbishy common things -- specially with gals, cuz THEY go back on you anyway, and blab if they get in a huff -- but there orter be writing 'bout a big thing like this.