Origin of anywheres
First recorded in 1765–75; anywhere
in, at, or to any place.
to any extent; to some degree: Does my answer come anywhere near the right one?
any place or direction: They knew the attack could come from anywhere.
get anywhere, to achieve success: You'll never get anywhere with that attitude!
Origin of anywhere
1350–1400; Middle English anywher(e
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for anywheres
Historical Examples of anywheres
We was used to the balloon now and not afraid any more, and didn't want to be anywheres else.
I'm heading towards US-1, can I drop you anywheres on the way?
The elastic's all worn loose and it's li'ble to drop into your tea or anywheres else.
Said, dead or alive, it wasn't really home for her anywheres else.
I tick, tick, tick all day over this pesky business, but I don't get anywheres.
British Dictionary definitions for anywheres
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
late 14c., from any + where. Earlier words in this sense were owhere, oughwhere, aywhere, literally "aught where" (see aught (1)).
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