Freezing isn't a bad way of preserving food...
Another way of making new friends is to go to an evening class...
I worked myself into frenzy plotting ways to make him jealous...
I can't think of a worse way to spend my time...
There just might be a way...
'All right, Mrs Bates,' she said. 'We'll do it your way.'
She smiled in a friendly way...
He had a strange way of talking...
I also used to love the smooth way in which the foreigner operated.
Computerized reservation systems help airline profits in several ways...
She was afraid in a way that was quite new to her...
To be female is not a disability; it is just a particular way of being human.
In some ways, the official opening is a formality...
She described her lover as 'perfect in every way'.
He denounces people who urge him to alter his ways...
I think you've been too long in Cornwall. You've forgotten the ways of the city...
He said he was against returning to old authoritarian ways.
She is now divorced and, in her usual resourceful way, has started her own business...
Direct confrontation was not his way.
I suppose that's one way of looking at it...
With most of Dylan's lyrics, however, there are other ways of interpreting the words...
Sometimes, the bank manager just doesn't see it your way.
There is no indication which way the vote could go...
The judge could have decided either way.
I'm terribly sorry — I had no idea you felt that way.
I hate the way he manipulates people...
You may remember the way each scene ended with someone looking pensive or significant.
She thrust her way into the crowd...
He thought we were trying to buy our way into his company...
Start at the bottom and try to work your way up.
Does anybody know the way to the bathroom?...
I'm afraid I can't remember the way...
We're not even a third of the way there...
We'll go out the back way.
As he strode into the kitchen, he passed Pop coming the other way...
They paused at the top of the stairs, doubtful as to which way to go next...
Could you look this way?
It's not very far out of his way...
She would say she was going my way and offer me a lift.
The men lost their way in a sandstorm and crossed the border by mistake...
They've changed a lot of the old street names, and people can't find their way anymore.
It wasn't until we each went our separate ways that I began to learn how to do things for myself...
You go your way and I'll go mine.
Take advantage of the opportunities coming your way in a couple of months...
If I run into anything that might interest you, I'll send it your way.
'You're standing in the way,' she said. 'Would you mind moving aside'...
Get out of my way!
Silvertown Way, was that the road?
...the well-trodden 250-mile Pennine Way.
If you speak standard English anywhere round our way, people tend to view you with suspicion.
...somebody from Newcastle way.
The flag was held the wrong way up by some spectators...
It's important to fit it the right way round.
Way down in the valley to the west is the town of Freiburg...
These exam results are way above average...
I have to decide my plan way in advance.
The region was split three ways, between Greece, Serbia and Bulgaria...
Splitting the price six ways had still cost them each a bundle.
Some of them live in places quite a long way from here...
A little way further down the lane we passed the driveway to a house...
We've a fair way to go yet.
Success is still a long way off...
August is still an awfully long way away.
He had unscrewed the caps most of the way...
When was the last time you listened to an album all the way through?
...the big gabled house across the way.
He had to walk all the way home...
That dress came all the way from New York.
Having started a revolution we must go all the way...
I'll support him all the way.
As is the way with these gatherings, the declarations were largely drafted before the delegations arrived.
He's in a bad way, but able to talk.
The man who took over a few weeks later has also helped further her career in a big way...
Soccer in the States has never taken off in a big way.
Countries cannot have it both ways: the cost of a cleaner environment may sometimes be fewer jobs in dirty industries...
Make up your mind, you can't have it both ways.
The name Latifah, by the way, means 'delicate'...
By the way, how did your seminar go?
By way of contrast, Manchester United will travel slightly more than 1,200 miles...
'I get very superstitious about things like that,' she said by way of explanation.
I teach psychology by way of a range of traditional lectures, practicals and tutorials.
The path goes under the river by way of the tunnel.
What can be done to encourage convicted offenders to change their ways?
The talks are meant to clear the way for formal negotiations on a new constitution...
The decision could open the way for other children to sue their parents.
As soon as things got difficult he took the easy way out...
It is the easy way out to blame others for our failure.
The sea may rise or the land may fall; either way the sand dunes will be gone in a short time.
...people who genuinely believe that anarchy is the way forward...
Young players have got to be the way forward for every club.
She is very good at using her charm to get her way.
First he had been numb. Then the numbness gave way to anger...
The last houses give way to soybean fields.
The hook in the ceiling had given way and the lamp had fallen blazing on to the table.
It seems the President has given way to pressure from the hardliners...
He finally gave way to an impulse and pulled her toward him.
Give way to traffic coming from the left.
Bosses have a way of always finding out about such things.
Constance doesn't have a way with words like you do...
He seems to have had a way with foreigners.
All right then, have it your way. Be like that.
In no way am I going to adopt any of his methods...
A spokesman insisted the two events were 'in no way related'...
'He hasn't become more boring has he?' she laughs. 'No. Not in any way.'
In a way, I suppose I'm frightened of failing...
It made things very unpleasant in a way.
...demonstrations against corruption, which began in a small way last week...
By doing this you will, in a small way, help win the victory.
'We wouldn't get in the way,' Suzanne promised. 'We'd just stand quietly in a corner.'
She had a job which never got in the way of her leisure interests.
He knows his way around the intricate maze of European law...
He knows his way about the system better than do most ministers.
The lucrative contract with television means that England's wealthy football clubs will now be laughing all the way to the bank.
She grabbed his suitcase and led the way.
Sony has also led the way in shrinking the size of compact-disc players.
He has come a long way since the days he could only afford one meal a day.
It was, by a long way, the worst meeting I have ever attended...
Our favourite by a long way was the supermarkets' own brand.
She is a long way from being the richest person in Britain...
That's a long way from the truth.