Definition of Everyway

1. Adverb. in every way, however possible ¹



2. Adverb. in every direction ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Everyway

1. in every way [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Everyway

everymen
everyone
everyone and his brother
everyone and his mother
everyone and their brother
everyone and their dog
everyone and their mother
everyone else
everyplace
everythin'
everything
everything and the kitchen sink
everything but the kitchen sink
everything happens for a reason
everytime
everyway (current term)
everywhen
everywhere
everywhere else
everywhereness
everywheres
everywoman
everywomen
eves
evesdrop
evesdropped
evesdropper
evesdroppers
evesdropping
evesdrops

Literary usage of Everyway

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1. The Literary Diary of Ezra Stiles: Ed. Under the Authority of the by Ezra Stiles (1901)
"... as an Addition of Ten Thousand Men to the Continental Army, and has caused the British Forces everyway to draw into N. York. ..."

2. A biographical dictionary of eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson (1854)
"himself everyway worthy of this appointment, and made an adequate return to his distinguished patron, hy the valuable observation« and discoveries he made ..."

3. Historical Collections of Ohio: Containing a Collection of the Most by Henry Howe (1851)
"... and, dipping from the lake the liquor in which they pledged their country—their goblets some tin cups of no rare workmanship, yet everyway answerable, ..."

4. The Whole Works of John Bunyan by John Bunyan, George Offor (1862)
"For tlie first, the gates by looking every look everyway, ... Then, there maybe three looking everyway, Why tier« ii to signify that it is both by the cou- ..."

5. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1857)
"MAT, 1857. everyway praiseworthy: in the letter-press the author has painstakingly compressed a goodly amount of matter, and the typography is perfect, ..."

6. Wanderings of an Artist Among the Indians of North America: From Canada to by Paul Kane (1859)
"In for it everyway. — Rising of the River. — Starving of the Dogs.— Wailing for a Frost-Bridge. — Too Thin to be Eaten. ..."

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