noway

Related to noway: Norway

no·way

 (nō′wā′) Informal
adv. also no·ways (-wāz′)
In no way or degree; nowise.
interj. also no way
Used to express emphatic negation.

noway

(ˈnəʊˌweɪ)
adv
in no manner; not at all; nowise. Also in the US (not standard): noways
sentence substitute
used to make an emphatic refusal, denial, etc

no′ way′


adv.
Informal. absolutely not; no.
[1965–70]

no•way

(ˈnoʊˌweɪ)

also no′ways`,



adv.
in no way; not at all; nowise.
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We talked the murder and the ghost over and over again, and got so creepy and crawly we couldn't get sleepy nohow and noway.
Cedric the Saxon, if offended, and he is noway slack in taking offence, is a man who, without respect to your knighthood, my high office, or the sanctity of either, would clear his house of us, and send us to lodge with the larks, though the hour were midnight.
This belief is the more singular in this particular instance, because, according to Captain Fitz Roy, there is reason to believe that Antuco was noways affected.
340 miles southward of Concepcion, appears to have been shaken more strongly than the intermediate district of Valdivia, where the volcano of Villarica was noways affected, whilst in the Cordillera in front of Chiloe, two of the volcanos burst-forth at the same instant in violent action.
I mean, sir, the same ancient Catholic Church to which you and I, and Captain Peleg there, and Queequeg here, and all of us, and every mother's son and soul of us belong; the great and everlasting First Congregation of this whole worshipping world; we all belong to that; only some of us cherish some queer crotchets noways touching the grand belief; in that we all join hands.
And it's my belief," she went on, "as the poor little creatur has never been christened, and it's nothing but right as the parson should be spoke to; and if you was noways unwilling, I'd talk to Mr.
Well, if it was noways wrong to shorten the name, it 'ud be a deal handier.
One moment he volunteered to trot off with me on his back to the stream; and when I refused, noways daunted by the repulse, he continued to frisk about me like a superannuated house-dog.
Her attainments were limited, her intellect noways above mediocrity.
If there's anything that I thank the Lord for, it is that I'm never noways cruel.
I am not one of those who have nothing to lose: I mean as to respectability both in parish and private business, and noways in respect of your honorable self and custom, which you was good enough to say you would not withdraw from me, vote or no vote, while the article sent in was satisfactory.
I'm not denying that, brother, and I'm noways ungrateful," said poor Mrs.