What is another word for in any event?

Pronunciation: [ɪn ˌɛni ɪvˈɛnt] (IPA)

When speaking or writing, the phrase "in any event" can be a useful way to transition between thoughts or ideas. However, it is always good to have alternatives, so here are some synonyms for "in any event": • Anyway • Regardless • Nevertheless • In any case • Whatever happens • No matter what • At any rate • Without fail • In any circumstance • All the same • Come what may Using synonyms can help to keep your writing or speech dynamic and engaging, so try switching up your transitional phrases to keep things fresh and interesting for your audience.

What are the hypernyms for In any event?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with In any event

  • Having said that, I believe we must not compound the natural disaster of Katrina by creating a fiscal disaster in Congress - it is our duty to ensure that we reign in other government spending in any event, and especially in this time of national emergency.
    Chris Chocola
  • I knew that my staying up would not change the election result if I were defeated, while if elected I had a hard day ahead of me. So I thought a night's rest was best in any event.
    Benjamin Harrison
  • Maybe come to think about it, that is the sign of an extrovert, in any event I have always from the earliest of ages found it difficult to wander into a restaurant on my own.
    Roger Moore
  • As I see it, all questions regarding the factual accuracy of Biblical statements—notably such ‘miraculous’ events as Virgin Birth, Resurrection, etc.—are wholly irrelevant to the true issues. Indeed, I should go so far as to say myself that the whole value of the Gospel story to mankind—and it is very great—lies not in its historical but in its legendary, mythical, or ‘typical’ character. It is not, I think, the Sermon on the Mount—or at least not this alone—that constitutes the peculiar contribution of Christianity to human thought, for very similar maxims are to be found elsewhere, and in any event could be deduced from first principles. It is to be found, rather, in the affirmation that all that is best and highest in man, as typified in the person of Jesus, is bound to arouse opposition, is often persecuted and apparently destroyed—yet is in fact indestructible and does perennially ‘rise again’, triumphant over seeming disaster.
    Leslie Weatherhead
  • The truth that seems discouraging does in reality only transform the courage of those strong enough to accept it; and, in any event, a truth that disheartens, because it is true, is still of far more value than the most stimulating of falsehoods.
    Maurice Maeterlinck

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