either way


used to say that whether one or the other of usually two possible decisions, actions, or results is chosen the result will be the same
I'm not sure if I will take the bus or train, but either way I will be there tonight.

Examples of either way in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And either way, listening in Spotify wasn’t an option. Mia Sato, The Verge, 9 Aug. 2023 That seems more like a fluke than a harbinger of decline, but rap fans appeared to be rattled by it either way. Chris Richards, Washington Post, 4 Aug. 2023 Their estimates are wide ranging, maybe a billion dollars either way. Brian Amaral, BostonGlobe.com, 21 July 2023 And either way, the cost is undoubtedly prohibitive to some. Brigitt Earley, Glamour, 11 July 2023 The guys are debating if Brayden will stay, either way the dynamics of the group have changed. Andrew Hammond | Ahammond@al.com, al, 10 July 2023 But either way, there's no doubt the EQE SUV is here to fill an AMG-sized hole in the EV performance SUV market. Austin Irwin, Car and Driver, 10 July 2023 But either way, the four-week U.S. tour was off to a more-than-newsworthy start. Jem Aswad, Variety, 3 July 2023 See More

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“Either way.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/either%20way. Accessed 26 Sep. 2023.

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