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Contemporary Examples

But little is ideal in America or anyplace else, and heroism on the cheap is a defining aspect of our commercial culture.
MLK Statue Shows America’s Bad Side Stanley Crouch August 29, 2011

The city has more than 140,000 hotel rooms—more than anyplace in the world—with an average daily rate of $114 a night.
Obama Craps Out in Las Vegas Sally Denton February 12, 2009

That ‘anyplace past Concord’ faces the exact same set of issues.
New Hampshire Says ‘No’ to Interloper Scott Brown David Freedlander November 4, 2014

There is no possible arrangement of coalitions other than the ones that exist now – because nobody has anyplace to go.
The Book Club is Updated Noah Kristula-Green July 24, 2012

The FDA said anyplace where 50 percent of square footage was devoted to preparing and serving food.
Up to a Point: In Defense of Lobbyists P. J. O’Rourke October 24, 2014

Historical Examples

Question is, if we’re there, or anyplace else for that matter, why are we?
The Enormous Room Horace Leonard Gold

It twisted along thru the woods without seemin to come out much of anyplace.
“Same old Bill, eh Mable!” Edward Streeter

Did they scan sufficiently to identify anything, to be alerted by anything in any window, on the roof, or anyplace else?
Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

No one can take him anyplace he doesn’t want to go, just as no one can hurt him in any way.
Black Eyes and the Daily Grind Milton Lesser

Did you observe any blood on the portion of his body in the neck area or anyplace in the front of his body?
Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

adverb
(US & Canadian, informal) in, at, or to any unspecified place
n.

1911, from any + place.

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