Definition of Any:
one, some; unspecified, indiscriminate
Synonyms of Any:
● A bit
● A little
● Part of
Opposite/Antonyms of Any:
Sentence/Example of Any:
For he's the soul of honor, Thyrsis; and he can't help how he feels about me-any more than I can help it.
I appeal to yourself, Madam, whether these sublime notions have-any thing consoling in them?
They take their coats off anywhere and any-when, and somehow it strikes the visitor as the most symbolic thing about them.
Hyphens are sometimes used in cases like the following: "A never-to-be-forgotten event," "peace-at-any-rate principles."
On the fall of Richmond, and the surrender of Lee, this any-how impracticable scheme was necessarily abandoned.
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I can't think of a paper nor of a man who has a good word to say for us—except, perhaps, a few Quaker peace-at-any-price people.
Peace-at-any-price men would have a hard bargain in him as their candidate.
My ducks are, in consequence of this, a great deal more fine and delicate than any others that I know any-thing of.
They are never good for any-thing when they have attained their full growth, unless they be capons or poullards.