Any in a sentence

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Definition of Any

  • One indifferently, out of an indefinite number; one indefinitely, whosoever or whatsoever it may be.
  • Some, of whatever kind, quantity, or number; as, are there any witnesses present? are there any other houses like it?
  • To any extent; in any degree; at all.
  • to any degree or extent

How to use any in a sentence. Any pronunciation.

This esteem gave greater certainty that any backsheesh coming from the estate of Benn Claridge would not be sifted through many hands on its way to himself.
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But it isn't any use going on these special missions.
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Achmet is cruel as a tiger to any one that stands in his way; Nahoum, the whale, only opens out to swallow now and then; but when Nahoum does open out, down goes Jonah, and never comes up again.
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He could little imagine Foorgat doing this from mere courtesy; he could not imagine any woman, save one wholly sophisticated, or one entirely innocent, trusting herself with him-and in such a place.
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Each had trained himself in his own way to the mastery of his will, and the will in each was stronger than any passion of emotion in them.
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Could his labour and his skill, if he had any, not be used there?
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He saw David enter quickly, yet without any air of secrecy, and pass into the little room where Kaid had left him.
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For the sake of her future it was her duty to shield herself from any imputation which might as unjustly as scandalously arise, if the facts of that black hour ever became known.
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Does any human being know what he can bear of temptation or of the daily pressure of the life around him?
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In neither was any feeling of the heart begotten by their experiences; and yet they had gone deeper in each other's lives than any one either had known in a lifetime.
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He, at any rate, had not amassed riches out of his position, and so much could not be said of any other servant of the Prince Pasha.
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He had heard also of cruelty-of banishment, and of enemies removed from his path suddenly, never to be seen again; but, on the whole, men spoke with more admiration of him than of any other public servant, Armenian Christian in a Mahommedan country though he was.
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The mind did not shrink from any thought of the dangers in which he would be placed, from any vision of the struggle he must have with intrigue, and treachery and vileness.
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But does it make any difference that the man is a thief and a murderer-a murderer?
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Kaid's eyes were growing reddish; no good sign for those around him, for any that crossed him or his purposes.
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Then he added scornfully: "When an Englishman in England leaves office, no matter how unfaithful, though he be a friend of any country save his own, they send him to the House of Lords-or so I was told in France when I was there.
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But there are proofs that the army is seditious, that, at any moment, it may revolt.
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Now the eyes of the holy man were fixed on the great gates through which strangers entered, and he was seated in the way which any one must take who came to the palace doors.
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In any case his treason was known.
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Yet there was in the eyes of Kaid a watchfulness unseen by any save a fellah who squatted in a corner eating sweetmeats, and a hidden singer waiting until she should be called before the Prince Pasha.
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Examples of Any

Example #1
Of Benn Claridge Prince Kaid had scarcely even heard until he died; and, indeed, it was only within the past few years that the Quaker merchant had extended his business to Egypt and had made his headquarters at Assiout, up the river.
Example #2
Perhaps because David wore his hat always and the long coat with high collar like a Turk, or because Prince Kaid was an acute judge of human nature, and also because honesty was a thing he greatly desired-in others-and never found near his own person; however it was, he had set David high in his esteem at once.
Example #3
We Americans think a lot of ourselves.
Example #4
Lucky for me that in Mexico I got into the habit of carrying a pop-gun.
Example #5
He's a deep one, and a great artist is Nahoum.
Example #6
If you stay long in Egypt, you'll find that Achmet is the worst, and Nahoum the Armenian the deepest, pasha in all this sickening land.