Anyone in a sentence

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Definition of Anyone

  • One taken at random rather than by selection; anybody. Commonly written as two words

How to use anyone in a sentence. Anyone pronunciation.

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It's all right; anyone can see.' 'There you go!
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I've never had anyone to tell me what's nice and what isn't.
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I don't know whether there's anyone else, and I'm not asking you to tell me, if you know.
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Not a line from anyone.
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I shouldn't like anyone to know that I spoke to you about it.
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She seemed to me a sensible sort of woman, and I don't suppose you'll get much harm from her, though I daresay she thinks more about dress and amusements, and so on, than is good for her or anyone else.
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You seem to think the way to make anyone like you is to bully them.
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She was marrying with utter disregard of all her dearest ambitions all the same, she had rather be the wife of Cobb than of anyone else.
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I was free to marry anyone I liked, wasn't I?
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Did anyone ever hear such a scandal!
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You can't stay here, mother, after this, and I'm not going to have anyone new to wait on me.
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She has walked for hours in Lincoln Park, among the plants and flowers, and she goes up and down stairs, and wherever she likes, as well as anyone.
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This should be the first thing seen when anyone opens the book.
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This header should be the first thing seen when anyone starts to view the etext.
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Mr. LUCAS, in short, does not commit the error of making his hero merely a mute, misunderstood paragon, whom anyone with common penetration must have recognised as such.
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On a sudden resolve to escape from anyone that might be seeking him, he went into the wood and lay down on the warm grass, and admired the thickly-tasselled branches of the tall larches swinging above him.
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Eliza was only eighteen months older than he; they were the red-haired ones, and though they were as different in mind as it was possible to be, he seemed nearer Eliza than anyone else.
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But Eliza didn't think there was anyone in the country qualified for the post but Nora Glynn.
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She told him that her plans were to steal out of the parish without saying a word to anyone, for she was determined not to disgrace him or the parish.
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Examples of Anyone

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Membership in the Augustan Reprint Society entitles the subscriber to six publications issued each year.
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Always cutting short the words in my mouth.
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Miss Derrick-' 'The references, my dear,' began Mrs. Higgins.
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To-morrow you shall go over all my dresses with me, and those you don't like I'll get rid of.
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You know I've come here to learn all sorts of things.