Synonyms for anyway
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANYWAY
No, Bines; they'll be here presently, and you can meet them, anyway.
Anyway, he said, Jim had already sure-enough drowned as fur as there was any fun in it.
See 'em once anyway, and see a little more of this country and these people.
I'd play that fur the heftiest moral courage I've ever showed, anyway.
I need the out-doors, and anyway you don't need me down there.
He can't take things on trust, and he'll mostly take 'em, anyway.
"He hadn't long to live, anyway," answered the marshal in some confusion.
I'm just spoiling for something to practice on, anyway—and he's such a beauty.
Here there could be no mistake, anyway; for had she not it in her bosom, and was it not from him?
He said there were no Indians in that country, and it would spoil the whole picture, anyway.
1560s, any way "in any manner;" variant any ways (with adverbial genitive) attested from c.1560. One-word form predominated from 1830s. As an adverbial conjunction, from 1859. Middle English in this sense had ani-gates "in any way, somehow" (c.1400).