Definitions

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  • adv. anyhow

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They have a point. blaa there is nothing to do i am so bored and we have a two hour delay so thats good. gives me time to do my homework.teehee. gah this is already to long thats a funny word anyhoo i gonna go.

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  • The squarest old man I've ever known said "anyhoo" a lot.

    "Following links is like putting on 3-D glasses."

  • "My nephew says i can't say" anyhoo "cuz i sound like the white kids at his school"

    SOHH Blogs

  • We all have key words that make us cringe and "anyhoo" is one of them for me.

    FUGville Weblogs

  • Often the majority with a soft base would not want its members voting yes on the oppositions amendments. even if they would vote yes on the whole bill. anyhoo that is what i remember.

    Matthew Yglesias » The New Filibuster

  • Right, you know, seeing as how we don't have a "fiasco" already? anyhoo: "But the reinforcement will provide better opportunity for the mujahedeen to launch offensives."

    Taliban promises U.S. 'fiasco' in Afghanistan

  • Oh well, anyhoo … Peachy, Kill Screen and I have been busy for the last few weeks working on the new section of the site getting it set up with reviews and information.

    Retro Video Game Reviews - The Retroist

  • Resisted garlic foccacia (figure I have 3kg of storage of it anyhoo) and for the record the water in the bay was flat as a friggin pancake at 5pm.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » This is why the Playboy Mansion sits atop a very high hill.

  • But, anyhoo, personal preferences and all that. and I read the whole page on Auschwitz-Birkenau

    skittledog: In absentia

  • “And what's it matter, anyhoo?” returned Mr Skrim.

    Mr Goosevort

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  • Anyhoo is a humorous mispronunciation of "anyhow."

    August 20, 2009

  • This word is too cute for me.

    February 12, 2007

  • A better spelling, I feel, than anywho.

    February 12, 2007