Someone or something of importance.
In any way, any extent or any degree.
That isn't anything like a car.
Any object, act, state, event, or fact whatever; thing of any kind; something or other; aught.
I would not do it for anything.
any object, act, state, event, or fact whatever; thing of any kind; something or other; aught; as, I would not do it for anything
expressing an indefinite comparison; -- with as or like
in any measure; anywise; at all
"Anything" is a song by American singer JoJo from her second studio album, The High Road. Written by Beau Dozier, Mischke Butler, and Justin Trugman and released as the album's third and final single in May 2007, the track contains a sample from Toto's 1982 song "Africa"—a former number-one single on the Billboard Hot 100—written by David Paich and Jeff Porcaro. The song premiered on March 19, 2006 on The Second JammX Kids All Star Dance Special. The single was the second official single from The High Road in European countries and was released in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2007; it began gaining airplay there on March 24, 2007, eventually debuting on BBC Radio 1's playlist under the B-list section. JoJo was in the UK during the first two weeks of May to promote the single; she performed at London's G-A-Y on May 12, and appeared on GMTV on May 8 as part of a series of radio and television interviews. "Anything" remained in the top forty of the UK Singles Chart for three weeks.
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Rank popularity for the word 'anything' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #374
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Rank popularity for the word 'anything' in Written Corpus Frequency: #187
The numerical value of anything in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of anything in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of anything in a Sentence
Everybody believes that at $70 a barrel companies are going to need 80-90 percent of their technical community to still be intact, they don't want to do anything to dismantle the system.
Never say anything to hurt anyone. Moreover . . . refrain from double talk, from shrewd and canny remarks that are designed to advance our interests at someone's disadvantage. We are to turn our back upon evil, and in every way possible, do good, help people and bring blessings into their lives.
The poor and the affluent are not communicating because they do not have the same words. When we talk of the millions who are culturally deprived, we refer not to those who do not have access to good libraries and bookstores, or to museums and centers for the performing arts, but those deprived of the words with which everything else is built, the words that opens doors. Children without words are licked before they start. The legion of the young wordless in urban and rural slums, eight to ten years old, do not know the meaning of hundreds of words which most middle-class people assume to be familiar to much younger children. Most of them have never seen their parents read a book or a magazine, or heard words used in other than rudimentary ways related to physical needs and functions. Thus is cultural fallout caused, the vicious circle of ignorance and poverty reinforced and perpetuated. Children deprived of words become school dropouts; dropouts deprived of hope behave delinquently. Amateur censors blame delinquency on reading immoral books and magazines, when in fact, the inability to read anything is the basic trouble.
Kerry knows as a former secretary of state, a former U.S. senator, that kind of advice would be stunningly unpatriotic, and I don’t think John Kerry would do something like that, i hope he wouldn’t. I would be very, very surprised if a former secretary of state, a former U.S. senator would have said anything that was that overtly anti-American.
When you see yourself in proportion -- as you're bound to do when you get some sense -- then you see how much greater what is real is than anything you can put down.
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