Anyone’s



any person at all; anybody:
Did anyone see the accident?
pronoun
any person; anybody
(used with a negative or a question) a person of any importance: is he anyone in this town?
(often preceded by just) any person at random; no matter who
n.

Old English, two words, from any + one. Old English also used ænigmon in this sense. One-word form from 1844.

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  • Anyone’s guess

    Something that no one knows for sure, as in Will it rain next Sunday? That’s anyone’s guess. [ Mid-1900s ] Also see: your guess is as good as mine

  • Anything but

    any thing whatever; something, no matter what: Do you have anything for a toothache? a thing of any kind. in any degree; to any extent; in any way; at all: Does it taste anything like chocolate? anything but, in no degree or respect; not in the least: The plans were anything but definite. anything goes, […]



  • Anything goes

    any thing whatever; something, no matter what: Do you have anything for a toothache? a thing of any kind. in any degree; to any extent; in any way; at all: Does it taste anything like chocolate? anything but, in no degree or respect; not in the least: The plans were anything but definite. anything goes, […]

  • Anything like

    see: not anything like



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