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, any type of conduct, dress, speech, etc., is considered acceptable or valid or is likely to be encountered and tolerated:
That resort is a place where anything goes!
No two, trees, no two leaves, no two anythings that are alike?
The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 1 (of 12) Robert G. Ingersoll
If anythings worrying Mabel, Ive got a right to know what it is.
Baseball Joe, Home Run King Lester Chadwick
Chauncey hates to acknowledge that anythings wrong he starts, and blazes ahead no matter what happens.
Betty Lee, Freshman David Goodger (email@example.com)
No two trees, no two leaves, no two anythings that are alike?
Individuality Robert G. Ingersoll
Oh, said Kate, anythings plebeianif youve a mind to call it sothat keeps people moping and ailing.
Wheat and Huckleberries Charlotte Marion (White) Vaile
He had asks if there was anythings she was having needs of that he could bring back.
The Story of Opal Opal Whiteley
We might even say that both of these plays were foisted upon us in a spirit of Oh, anythings good enough for New York!
Ainslee’s, Vol. 15, No. 6, July 1905 Various
any object, event, action, etc, whatever: anything might happen
a thing of any kind: have you anything to declare?
in any way: he wasn’t anything like his father
anything but, by no means; not in the least: she was anything but happy
like anything, (intensifier; usually euphemistic): he ran like anything
late Old English aniþing, from any + thing. But Old English ænig þinga apparently also meant “somehow, anyhow” (glossing Latin quoquo modo).
can’t do anything with
not anything like
- Anytime algorithm
anytime algorithm algorithm An algorithm that returns a sequence of approximations to the correct answer such that each approximation is no worse than the previous one, i.e. the algorithm can be stopped at _any time_. Newton-Raphson iteration applied to finding the square root of a number b is another example: x = (x + b […]
- Anytime minute
noun a minute of use on a cellular phone that is charged at a flat rate rather than charged according to the time of day; also written Anytime minute Examples The International Usage is deducted from your Anytime minute balance based on an Anytime minute value of 20 cents per Anytime minute. noun See anytime […]
noun any real or fictional community regarded as typical of that country’s or area’s small towns in appearance or values Examples Anytown, USA, usually has a post office and a grocery store.
. Contemporary Examples Whose fault was it anyways that truck three got stuck in the ravine? A Man to Believe In: Eulogy for Marine Master Sergeant Aaron Torian Elliot Ackerman March 4, 2014 But, anyways, I tend to believe people too readily reach for the Hitler comparison. Ron Rosenbaum on Hitler, Hollywood, and Quantifying Evil […]