From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin every wayin every wayALL/EVERYTHINGin all waysThe school’s much better now in every way. →every
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in every way• Tamara was his equalin every way.• Shanti and Chris were very helpfulin every way, and Shanti's readylaughter and general cheerfulness was a great comfort.• These two dresses are identicalin every way , except for the pricetag.• If you make a copy of a file, the copy is identical in every way, except in name.• He would spit on people and resistin every way he could.• She was the one who was standing still, frozenin every way into herself.• I hope that my hon. Friend will consider its application sympathetically and support the hospitalin every way that she can.• During these past weeks he had tried in every way to get her out of his mind.• Terry, for her part, tried in every way to keep her parents from finding out how desperately ill she was.• And we should all support it in every way we can.