Definition of Anything:

part of speech: noun

A thing of any sort; something or other, no matter what; any object, state, act, event or fact, whatever.

Usage examples for Anything:

  • Know anything about her? "Flower of the Dusk", Myrtle Reed.
  • We going to do anything about that? "Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town", Cory Doctorow.
  • There isn't anything else,- I just had to. "The Very Small Person", Annie Hamilton Donnell.
  • Yes, yes, anything only go! "Janice Meredith", Paul Leicester Ford.

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A first or main principle; one of the main parts of the physical world, as fire, water, air, etc.; natural environment, or life with which one is familiar; as, he is out of his element; ingredient; in chemistry, a substance which cannot be separated into other substances. ...