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nowise

Line breaks: no¦wise
Pronunciation: /ˈnəʊwʌɪz
 
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Definition of nowise in English:

adverb

archaic
In no way or manner; not at all: I can nowise accept the accusation
More example sentences
  • And Calvino's charming Marco Polo and Marcovaldo and Mr. Palomar are archetypal narrative functionaries, nowise to be compared with the great characters of narrative/dramatic literature.
  • But the worshippers and admirers of these gods delight in imitating their scandalous iniquities, and are nowise concerned that the republic be less depraved and licentious.
  • The illegal execution of a guiltless man, whose death sentence the governor of the state had already overturned, however, is truly tragic and nowise sugarcoated in the show.

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