anyroad

anyroad

(ˈɛnɪˌrəʊd)
adv
a northern English dialect word for anyway
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We digress.) 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.com takes the experience a step further and hooks you up with locals, who offer personalized tours with them for a fee, unlike Couchsurfing, which is free.
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.
"Anyroad, they took its bag off an' then a fellow rubbed its stomach wi' a stick an yer should `ave eeard it groan."
For example, (Labour MP/candidate) Council Chief Executive asking for action to be taken to cordon off (anyroad building site) which has become a dangerous attraction to youngsters.
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.
Most 'omes anyroad. Flyer on Frider, 4.30 out of Kings Cross, in The Streetfighters with the lads by eight.
She stays on in a hackneyed vision of London and starts to carve out a new life for herself amongst the locals, who stereotypically say things like "Shall I be mum?" and "Anyroad".
Anyroad, he rings back and it's a reporter about Teesside werds an' 'e's wantin' ter talk the top fella like.
What's with the extra 'O' anyroad? I mean, it's not like the cockneys ter give us owt is it?