Any object, act, state, event, or fact whatever; a thing of any kind; something or other.
‘I would not do it for anything or any ring.’;
plural of anything
(with “as” or “like”) Expressing an indefinite comparison.
Someone or something of importance.
In any way, any extent or any degree.
‘That isn't anything like a car.’; ‘She's not anything like as strong as me.’;
Any object, act, state, event, or fact whatever; thing of any kind; something or other; aught; as, I would not do it for anything.
‘Did you ever know of anything so unlucky?’; ‘They do not know that anything is amiss with them.’;
Expressing an indefinite comparison; - with as or like.
‘I fear your girl will grow as proud as anything.’;
In any measure; anywise; at all.
‘Mine old good will and hearty affection towards you is not . . . anything at all quailed.’;
a thing of any kind;
‘do you have anything to declare?’;
used to refer to a thing, no matter what
‘nobody was saying anything’; ‘he inquired whether there was anything he could do’; ‘have you found anything?’;
used for emphasis
‘I was ready for anything’;
used to indicate a range
‘he trains anything from seven to eight hours a day’;