someway

adverb
some·way | \ˈsəm-ˌwā \
variants: or less commonly someways \ˈsəm-ˌwāz \

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Yet somehow, someway, against fairly daunting odds, the singer’s show felt not like a pity party, but like a party party, one that featured ample opportunities to sing along, clap along, dance along, and smile along. Théoden Janes, charlotteobserver, "Review: Did Sam Smith and his sad songs find a way to send Charlotte fans home happy?," 7 July 2018 And somehow, someway a guy at Roland Garros has to win 3 out of 5 sets against him on a single day?? Jon Wertheim, SI.com, "Mailbag: Adding Some Much-Needed Context to the Report On Corruption Within Tennis," 2 May 2018 Once again, with the game winding down to its final seconds, the Miami Hurricanes somehow, someway managed to walk off the court victorious. Jordan Mcpherson, miamiherald, "‘Cardiac kids’ did it again. Now, Miami hits postseason winners of four straight | Miami Herald," 3 Mar. 2018 But somehow, someway, despite a shaky game from the offense, the Seahawks did just enough to come up with the win, beating Dallas 21-12 to go into the final week of the regular season still in the playoff hunt. Stefanie Loh, The Seattle Times, "Analysis: Three thoughts from the Seahawks’ win over the Cowboys to keep playoff hopes alive," 24 Dec. 2017 Adam Vinatieri somehow someway dinged it off the crossbar to tie it up, one of the most impressive kicks in his Hall of Fame-worthy career. Zak Keefer, Indianapolis Star, "Colts lose 13-7 in overtime but it was a heckuva snow, err, show," 10 Dec. 2017 One of the most touted recruits in the team’s 2017 recruiting class, Bryant was always going to be involved in the Huskies’ offense, somehow, someway, as a true freshman this season. Adam Jude, The Seattle Times, "Freshman tight end Hunter Bryant starting to catch on for Huskies’ offense," 14 Sep. 2017 From an Everton point of view the tweet could go someway in repairing his strained relationship with his boyhood club. SI.com, "Ross Barkley Makes Startling Revelation Regarding Deadline Day Chelsea Medical," 2 Sep. 2017 The raw figures go someway to justify the need for a night czar: London’s nighttime economy is worth an estimated £26 billion ($34 billion). Anna Codrea-rado, New York Times, "What Europe’s ‘Night Mayors’ Can Teach New York," 30 Aug. 2017

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someway

adverb
some·way | \ˈsəm-ˌwā \

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