One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In no particular order.‘they've dropped things just any old how’
in disorder, in a muddle, in a jumble, in disarray, in a disorganized manner, untidily, haphazardly, indiscriminately, in a mess, in confusion, in a heap, anyhow, any old how, pell-mell, topsy-turvyView synonyms
- ‘They were owned animals and presumably valuable livestock that just did not happen any old how but were deliberately bought and raised by a farmer.’
- ‘Good, new architecture surely should be neighbourly, not just ‘creative interventions’, any old how.’
- ‘We'll do what is to be done and end this game any old how.’
- ‘They drew up ten artists she liked, made a list of what they know about Diana, and then joined up the two lists any old how.’
- ‘Everything's just plonked down any old how, without any coherent alphabetical system to guide you round.’
- ‘They were not chucking things away any old how, but instead made sure that each item carried the maximum message to the underworld.’
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