adverb any·where \-ˌ(h)wer, -(h)wər\

: in, at, or to any place

—used to give added emphasis to near and close

—used to indicate a range of amounts, values, etc.

Full Definition of ANYWHERE

:  at, in, or to any place or point
:  to any extent :  at all <we're not anywhere near to being finished>
—used as a function word to indicate limits of variation <anywhere from 40 to 60 students>

Examples of ANYWHERE

  1. This type of plant can grow just about anywhere.
  2. It's a small camera that you can take practically anywhere.
  3. They gave her permission to go anywhere she wanted to.
  4. This kind of thing could happen anywhere.
  5. You can sit anywhere you like.
  6. He seems to be at home anywhere in the world.
  7. I can't find my keys anywhere.
  8. They produce some of the finest wines made anywhere.
  9. He never walks anywhere. He always drives.
  10. I'll take you anywhere you want to go.

First Known Use of ANYWHERE

14th century

Rhymes with ANYWHERE



: any place

Full Definition of ANYWHERE

:  any place

First Known Use of ANYWHERE



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