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Synonyms for nowise

in no manner


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Strings of expletives he swung lashlike over the backs of his men, and it was evident that his previous efforts had in nowise impaired his resources.
When he had made a careful study of this countenance, that, in spite of its resemblance to other human faces, revealed an inner life nowise in harmony with a commonplace exterior, he could not help sharing the doctor's interest in his patient; and the sight of that patient completely changed the current of his thoughts.
So that you see plainly, monseigneur, the order in nowise concerns you.
We had dined together at the club, had come home in a cab and--in short, everything had been done in the most prosaic way; and why John Bartine should break in upon the natural and established order of things to make himself spectacular with a display of emotion, apparently for his own entertainment, I could nowise understand.
This is the idea, Dick: you will admit that if I can get to the prisoner, and throw out a quantity of ballast, equal to his weight, I shall have in nowise altered the equilibrium of the balloon.
But he allowed this to be done because the dogs themselves in nowise interested him, and because their deaths emphasized the sacredness of the taboo.
Squeers eyed his companion slyly, at the conclusion of this little dialogue, and finding that he had grown thoughtful and appeared in nowise disposed to volunteer any observations, contented himself with lashing the pony until they reached their journey's end.
Had I been father or brother, the situation would have been in nowise different.
Their opinion gives me tidings of their mood, and some vague guess at the new fact, but is nowise to be trusted as the lasting relation between that intellect and that thing.
It is an instance of our faith in ourselves that men never speak of crime as lightly as they think; or every man thinks a latitude safe for himself which is nowise to be indulged to another.
A gentleman alighted; but it was only to offer his hand to a young girl whose slender figure, nowise needing such assistance, now lightly descended the steps, and made an airy little jump from the final one to the sidewalk.
whatever is expressed in the nowise deceptive ratio of numbers is capable of delighting the ear and dominating rhythm" (7) When human ears enjoy a harmonic sound, in fact, they "are enjoying a certain measuring out of numbers in the sound.
The newspaper that he edited reflected and communicated the self-conscious cosmopolitanism that was so evidently abroad in that city, and it was nowise alone in doing so.
The texture of Brahms's Clarinet Sonatas itself and Frantisak's introvert take on the clarinet parts seem to make them come across as piano sonatas with an obligate clarinet, which, however, nowise changes the fact that the performance of the second of the four movements of Sonata No.
Developed into a criterion of distinctness, the attention to detail, itself in nowise at odds with an idealistic vision, drives Ruskin's great critique of characteristically Romantic modes of thought and expression in the famous chapter, "Of the Pathetic Fallacy.