In+any+manner

  • 1 By any manner of means — Manner Man ner, n. [OE. manere, F. mani[ e]re, from OF. manier, adj., manual, skillful, handy, fr. (assumed) LL. manarius, for L. manuarius belonging to the hand, fr. manus the hand. See {Manual}.] 1. Mode of action; way of performing or… …

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  • 2 not by any manner of means — phrase not at all I haven’t given up hope by any manner of means. Thesaurus: not at allsynonym Main entry: manner * * * not by any manner of means see ↑means …

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  • 3 not\ by\ any\ manner\ of\ means — • by no means • not by any means • by no manner of means • not by any manner of means adv. phr. Not even a little; certainly not. He is by no means bright. May I stay home from school? By no means. Dick worked on his project Saturday, but he is… …

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  • 4 not by any (manner of) means — by ˈno means | not by ˈany (manner of) means idiom not at all • She is by no means an inexperienced teacher. • We haven t won yet, not by any means. Main entry: ↑meansidiom …

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  • 5 not by any manner of means — not at all I haven t given up hope by any manner of means …

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  • 6 by any manner of means — phrasal or by no manner of means : in any or no way whatever : not at all are you angry with me? By no manner of means …

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  • 7 Manner — Man ner, n. [OE. manere, F. mani[ e]re, from OF. manier, adj., manual, skillful, handy, fr. (assumed) LL. manarius, for L. manuarius belonging to the hand, fr. manus the hand. See {Manual}.] 1. Mode of action; way of performing or effecting… …

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  • 8 manner — [man′ər] n. [ME manere < OFr maniere < VL * manaria < L manuarius, of the hand < manus, a hand: see MANUAL] 1. a way or method in which something is done or happens; mode or fashion of procedure 2. a) a way of acting; personal, esp.… …

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  • 9 manner — man|ner W2S3 [ˈmænə US ər] n [Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: maniere way of acting, way of handling , from Latin manuarius of the hand , from manus hand ] 1.) [singular] formal the way in which something is done or happens manner of… …

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  • 10 manner — noun 1 WAY (singular) formal the way in which something is done or happens: manner of doing sth: This seems rather an odd manner of deciding things. | in a ... manner: I felt stupid for reacting in such an impulsive manner. | The matter should be …

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  • 11 manner — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. kind, sort; habit; class; style, mode; conduct, behavior; way. method. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Personal conduct] Syn. mien, deportment, demeanor; see bearing 2 , behavior 1 . See Synonym Study at… …

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  • 12 manner */*/*/ — UK [ˈmænə(r)] / US [ˈmænər] noun Word forms manner : singular manner plural manners 1) [singular] the way that you do something, or the way that something happens manner of: The manner of his death aroused a lot of interest in the media. in a/the …

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  • 13 any — /en ee/, adj. 1. one, a, an, or some; one or more without specification or identification: If you have any witnesses, produce them. Pick out any six you like. 2. whatever or whichever it may be: cheap at any price. 3. in whatever quantity or… …

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  • 14 any which way — idi cvb in any manner whatever; indifferently or carelessly …

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  • 15 Manner of articulation — Manners of articulation Obstruent Plosive (occlusive) Affricate Fricative Sibilant Sonorant Nasal Flap/Tap …

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  • 16 manner — noun 1 way of doing sth/behaving ADJECTIVE ▪ conventional, normal, standard, traditional, usual ▪ correct, proper ▪ You are not approaching the proble …

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  • 17 manner — 01. The idea of polite [manners] has changed a lot between my parents generation and my children s. 02. In some cultures, it is not good [manners] to blow your nose in public. 03. People sometimes forget that it is important to speak to children… …

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  • 18 any — A flexible word. In its broad, distributive sense, the sense in which the word is frequently used, it may have the meaning of all, every, or each one of all. Its meaning is often restrained, limited, or influenced by the subject matter or manner… …

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  • 19 any way — /ˈɛni weɪ / (say enee way) adverb 1. in any way or manner. 2. carelessly; haphazardly; anyhow …

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  • 20 manner — A way, mode, method of doing anything, or mode of proceeding in any case or situation. See also custom and Usage …

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