in no way

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If I replace ' in no way' with one word, is it ' not' or ' never'?

He has in no way been forgotton.

-> he has not been forgotton. or
-->he has never been forgotton.
  • PeterE

    New Member
    English - Australia
    Hi Amby

    "In no way" here is just a more emphatic (and probably unnecessary) way of saying "not". There is little, if any, difference between "not" and "never" in this context and both are correct (although idiomatically I prefer "not").

    I wish my Chinese were as good as your English!
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