I'm trying to construct a sentence, but I can't describe it clearly in English according to what I'm really trying to say. First off, the english words that I find malicious-worthy:
- to jack up (to increase, to raise, and the like...)
- to jerk off (a sexual reference to a man... you know this)
So, let's say you have used ''jack up'' in a sentence when speaking with a non-native speaker, but you have nagging doubt that it may be rude due to it sounding like ''jerk off''. Then you researched it online, and fortunately, there is no sexual connection to it. And you say:
''I've already looked it up online, carefully and thoroughly, and there is no sexual reference to it in any sort of way wherever website I've visited.
''I've already looked it up online, carefully and thoroughly, and there is no sexual reference to it in any way wherever website I've visited.
Are the bold letters really exist in English?, I must have heard them from somewhere. Moreover, the google results can't provide a clear explanation if there is ''in any sort of way'' or "in any way".
P.S.: there is a slight correlation between my question and the other question topics on this website, but those links were asking a different type of query.