anywheres

[en-ee-hwairz, -wairz]
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adverb Nonstandard.


Nearby words

  1. anythingarian,
  2. anytime,
  3. anyway,
  4. anyways,
  5. anywhere,
  6. anywise,
  7. anz,
  8. anza,
  9. anza, juan bautista de,
  10. anzaas

Origin of anywheres

First recorded in 1765–75; anywhere + -s1

anywhere

[en-ee-hwair, -wair]

adverb

in, at, or to any place.
to any extent; to some degree: Does my answer come anywhere near the right one?

noun

any place or direction: They knew the attack could come from anywhere.

Origin of anywhere

1350–1400; Middle English anywher(e), aniquar. See any, where

Usage note


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British Dictionary definitions for anywheres

anywheres

adverb

US a nonstandard word for anywhere

anywhere

adverb

in, at, or to any place
get anywhere to be successfulit took three years before he got anywhere
anywhere from any quantity, time, degree, etc, above a specified limithe could be anywhere from 40 to 50 years old
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Word Origin and History for anywheres

anywhere

adv.

late 14c., from any + where. Earlier words in this sense were owhere, oughwhere, aywhere, literally "aught where" (see aught (1)).

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