any other


used to refer to a person or thing that is not particular or specific but is not the one named or referred to
Any other day but tomorrow would be okay. There weren't any other children for us to play with.
: in addition to the person or thing just mentioned
Does anyone have any other ideas?

Examples of any other in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Policing is no different than any other system that has been mired by an oppressive ideology. Jake Sheridan, Chicago Tribune, 12 May 2024 For example, Moss said that any other defendant would be in jail now for violating gag orders the way Trump has. David Jackson, USA TODAY, 11 May 2024 Investigators have yet to recover her cellphone or any other electronics. Charles Rabin, Miami Herald, 11 May 2024 However, a look at any other watch brand tells us that Rolex’s strict adherence to their design legacy is unique among mass producers of watches. Allen Farmelo, Robb Report, 11 May 2024 Sam invited a young George Lopez and a parade of Latino actors, writers and musicians who were not seen on any other morning show in the country. Carlos Amezcua, Los Angeles Times, 11 May 2024 The state Supreme Court is on track to file the lowest number of decisions during its current term compared to any other in the 20th or 21st centuries, according to a recent analysis from Marquette University. Jessie Opoien, Journal Sentinel, 10 May 2024 That was more money than any other Black performer was making at the time. Adam Bell, Charlotte Observer, 9 May 2024 Both received 13 nominations, more than any other show this year. Jon Blistein, Rolling Stone, 30 Apr. 2024

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“Any other.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 22 May. 2024.

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