The tiny screen, cramped seats and no line in the ladies room was a reminder that we are not in L.A. anymore!
The True-ish Story of the Lovable Pot-Smoking Chimp Nicole LaPorte January 20, 2011
Then again,” he adds, “this case has so many twists and turns that nothing would shock me anymore.
Will Mike McQueary’s Story Stand Up in Court? Jessica Bennett December 14, 2011
Not anymore: A Rasmussen poll out last week now shows Pryor ahead by a whisker, and the race is now essentially a tie.
A GOP Senate? Why It Won’t Come Easy Lloyd Green August 31, 2014
“Even Jerry is not going to be able to get away with it anymore,” says one producer.
Disney’s Power Struggle Kim Masters August 1, 2009
By her junior year in high school, she couldn’t take it anymore.
Bullying’s Hidden Danger Tim Murphy May 31, 2009
He won’t even see me anymore, and these traumas are getting horrible.
The Beautiful People Charles Beaumont
And when we did, I would not have to stay with Madama Tilia anymore.
The Saracen: The Holy War Robert Shea
Doreen looked at him keenly, but did not wait for anymore explanations.
The Wharf by the Docks Florence Warden
He wasn’t even around, anymore, when you beauties got caught.
The Planet Strappers Raymond Zinke Gallun
“They don’t make cars like this anymore,” the farmer called over the growl of the ancient gasoline engine and the grind of gears.
The Hoofer Walter M. Miller
one-word form by 1865, from any + more.
in any case; anyhow; nonetheless; regardless: Whether you like it or not, I’m going anyway. (used to continue or resume the thread of a story or account): Anyway, we finally found a plumber who could come right over. Contemporary Examples The law stopped him from buying a gun–and he did it anyway. There’s Little We […]
any person. a person of some importance: If you’re anybody, you’ll receive an invitation. anybody’s guess, a matter of conjecture: It’s anybody’s guess why she quit. Historical Examples She said she never saw anything like it on anybodies toomstone so I guess itll be all right. “Same old Bill, eh Mable!” Edward Streeter pronoun any […]
any person. a person of some importance: If you’re anybody, you’ll receive an invitation. anybody’s guess, a matter of conjecture: It’s anybody’s guess why she quit. Historical Examples Woman, groaned Joseph Stagg, it doesnt matter whose fault it isor if its anybodys fault. Carolyn of the Corners Ruth Belmore Endicott The point is not his […]
- Anybody’s guess
any person. a person of some importance: If you’re anybody, you’ll receive an invitation. anybody’s guess, a matter of conjecture: It’s anybody’s guess why she quit. pronoun any person; anyone (usually used with a negative or a question) a person of any importance: he isn’t anybody in this town noun (pl) -bodies (often preceded by […]