in his, her, its, etc. way

in (one's) way

1. In the manner that one finds most natural, suitable, or desirable. Often used as "in (one's) own way." He gets anxious if you don't let him solve the problem in his way. It might be a little unorthodox, but she always gets things done in her own way.
2. Impeding one's progress or movement. We can't get out of the driveway with that truck in our way. He has ambitions of running the company, but the CEO's son is currently in his way.
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in his, her, its, etc. (own) ˈway

in a manner that is appropriate to or typical of a person or thing but that may seem unusual to other people: I think she does love you in her own way.
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