anywise


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Related to anywise: perpetually, effortlessly

an·y·wise

 (ĕn′ē-wīz′)
adv. Nonstandard
In any case.

anywise

(ˈɛnɪˌwaɪz)
adv
chiefly US in any way or manner; at all

an•y•wise

(ˈɛn iˌwaɪz)

adv.
in any way or respect.
[before 1000]
References in classic literature ?
The family of Colonel Pyncheon, at the epoch of his death, seemed destined to as fortunate a permanence as can anywise consist with the inherent instability of human affairs.
Well," said Joe, meditatively - not, of course, that it could be in anywise necessary to consider about it, but because it was the way at the Jolly Bargemen to seem to consider deeply about everything that was discussed over pipes; "well - no.
So one brisk, lively little word is obliged, like a servant in a poor family, to perform all sorts of duties; for instance, one particular combination of syllables expresses the ideas of sleep, rest, reclining, sitting, leaning, and all other things anywise analogous thereto, the particular meaning being shown chiefly by a variety of gestures and the eloquent expression of the countenance.
Maria had destroyed her own character, and he would not, by a vain attempt to restore what never could be restored, by affording his sanction to vice, or in seeking to lessen its disgrace, be anywise accessory to introducing such misery in another man's family as he had known himself.
Nobody dared to whisper that the Art of painting had in anywise been improved or worthily enlarged in its sphere by any modern professors.
Whether she had forgiven him or no, I will not venture to determine; but it is certain she was an unwilling witness in this cause; and it is probable from certain other reasons, would never have been brought to depose as she did, had not Mrs Wilkins, with great art, fished all out of her at her own house, and had she not indeed made promises, in Mr Allworthy's name, that the punishment of her husband should not be such as might anywise affect his family.
Nor, was Miss Abbey's vigilance in anywise abated by this submission, but rather sharpened; for, looking round on the deferential faces of her school, and descrying two other young persons in need of admonition, she thus bestowed it: 'Tom Tootle, it's time for a young fellow who's going to be married next month, to be at home and asleep.
What they do have in common is an excellent sound (PentaTone Classics's release on a SACD, with Tudor's not anywise lagging behind) and a splendid graphic design (PentaTone Classic's applying subdued colours and furnished with a portrait of Dvorak dating from 1895, Tudor in a luxury typography featuring Antonin Slavicek's picture Stromovka Park (1907)--not his Walking in the Park, as stated in the booklet.
Statutory [The Attorney General] [s]hall Provisions appear in and attend to, in behalf of the state, all suits or prosecutions, civil or criminal or in equity, in which the state may be a party, or in anywise interested, in the Supreme Court and district courts of appeal of this state.