any one vs anyone

any one anyone

Definitions

  • 1) One taken at random rather than by selection; anybody. [Commonly written as two words.]
  • 2) One person chosen without thought; anybody.
  • 3) Any person.

Examples

  • 1) To me it seems undeniable that anyone who uses a phone at the wheel is a criminal.
  • 2) Why should anyone worry about gardening on lime?
  • 3) We are no more exposed to currency fluctuations than anyone else in the sector.
  • 4) Now anyone can access millions of sources of information at the touch of a button.
  • 5) Why would anyone want that to end?
  • 6) We think he caught a train without telling anyone his plans.
  • 7) It was on a very quiet street and we thought there was no chance anyone would see us.
  • 8) At school it became a party trick - he could talk to anyone.
  • 9) I find it incredible that anyone uses it seriously, let alone about themselves.
  • 10) She tries not to read about herself and avoids all social media, but gets as upset as anyone else when people say unkind things.
  • 11) This is crazy and no use to anyone.
  • 12) The moon sets up meetings with people unlike anyone you know.
  • 13) One of the things my dad taught me was not to worry about what anyone thinks.
  • 14) He was the last person anyone would have expected to stray.
  • 15) But anyone could see she looked pretty as a picture.
  • 16) Not a lot of this offers present help to anyone now wishing to be a success.
  • 17) What would your advice be to anyone wanting a career in law?
  • 18) You can talk to anyone and really get your message across.
  • 19) You can still look anyone straight in the eye about the quality of the recommendations below.
  • 20) They are online for anyone to use without charge.
  • 21) Some people seem to like anyone but people who are like themselves.
  • 22) It was just too dangerous to tell anyone about.
  • 23) You did not give a care to anyone else on the road.
  • 24) He was a much nicer person than anyone would have predicted possible from the series.
  • 25) Could the editor not find anyone to present an otherwise good prog?
  • 26) What advice would she give anyone wanting to get into fashion?
  • 27) Can anyone tell me on which day we get the answers?
  • 28) We know we can beat anyone on our day so why should we fear anyone?
  • 29) So anyone who used the gym more than twice a month would be better off with membership.
  • 30) Not just for disabled people but for anyone with a dream.
  • 31) That has not stopped the pictures becoming instantly available on the internet for anyone to see free of charge.

Examples

  • 1) To me it seems undeniable that anyone who uses a phone at the wheel is a criminal.
  • 2) Why should anyone worry about gardening on lime?
  • 3) We are no more exposed to currency fluctuations than anyone else in the sector.
  • 4) Now anyone can access millions of sources of information at the touch of a button.
  • 5) Why would anyone want that to end?
  • 6) We think he caught a train without telling anyone his plans.
  • 7) It was on a very quiet street and we thought there was no chance anyone would see us.
  • 8) At school it became a party trick - he could talk to anyone.
  • 9) I find it incredible that anyone uses it seriously, let alone about themselves.
  • 10) She tries not to read about herself and avoids all social media, but gets as upset as anyone else when people say unkind things.
  • 11) This is crazy and no use to anyone.
  • 12) The moon sets up meetings with people unlike anyone you know.
  • 13) One of the things my dad taught me was not to worry about what anyone thinks.
  • 14) He was the last person anyone would have expected to stray.
  • 15) But anyone could see she looked pretty as a picture.
  • 16) Not a lot of this offers present help to anyone now wishing to be a success.
  • 17) What would your advice be to anyone wanting a career in law?
  • 18) You can talk to anyone and really get your message across.
  • 19) You can still look anyone straight in the eye about the quality of the recommendations below.
  • 20) They are online for anyone to use without charge.
  • 21) Some people seem to like anyone but people who are like themselves.
  • 22) It was just too dangerous to tell anyone about.
  • 23) You did not give a care to anyone else on the road.
  • 24) He was a much nicer person than anyone would have predicted possible from the series.
  • 25) Could the editor not find anyone to present an otherwise good prog?
  • 26) What advice would she give anyone wanting to get into fashion?
  • 27) Can anyone tell me on which day we get the answers?
  • 28) We know we can beat anyone on our day so why should we fear anyone?
  • 29) So anyone who used the gym more than twice a month would be better off with membership.
  • 30) Not just for disabled people but for anyone with a dream.
  • 31) That has not stopped the pictures becoming instantly available on the internet for anyone to see free of charge.
  • 32) If anyone should be replacing anyone… she should be replacing me.
  • 33) "Mrs. Marshall, did you see anyone -- _anyone at all_ -- in or near that room when you entered it?"
  • 34) She is not your typical WAG - she hates that phrase - and she didn't want to hurt anyone, she didn't want to let ­anyone down.
  • 35) I haven’t done a lot of work today but that not unusual for me (its not unusual to be loved by anyone dododododoooo its not unusual to have fun with anyone….) haha I’m a dickhead.
  • 36) If it had been anyone else -- _anyone_ -- "His words seemed to choke him, and he made a despairing gesture with his hands.
  • 37) "And I think the one thing I could not forgive is that anyone should interfere: _anyone_, even you two whom I dearly love.
  • 38) It is not the term anyone would use to describe the highs and lows that were the basis of my self-esteem.
  • 39) Lee Cheng, Newegg's general counsel, is still chuckling over the "slovenly" reference: "That is not a word anyone should use—unless they want a wedgie."
  • 40) Once we were on the highway with the top down it was too hard to hear a word anyone said.
  • 41) ‘If anyone remembers him or knew him, I would be very glad to hear from you as soon as possible.’
  • 42) ‘If anyone has this piece, or remembers it better than me, feel free to put me right on this one.’
  • 43) ‘My only hope is I can scrape through Christmas unscathed and not upset anyone too much.’
  • 44) ‘If we employed anyone who wasn't family we would have to employ all sorts of safety measures.’
  • 45) ‘Somehow, the kitchen would be full of fabulous food without anyone going to any effort.’
  • 46) ‘This album is all kinds of good things and I would recommend it to anyone who likes lovely music.’
  • 47) ‘So if anyone knows any TV producers pitch them the idea for me and point them in my direction.’
  • 48) ‘I've not noticed anyone admiring the muscles and shoulder aches that go with it too.’
  • 49) ‘If anyone has more information on the subject, please feel free to add links in the comments.’
  • 50) ‘If anyone wants to drive me to Bristol and back to see them in early May, I will buy their ticket to get in.’
  • 51) ‘Has anyone ever commented about the lack of people with disabilities in the programme?’
  • 52) ‘All of them looked like they never again wanted to see pain inflicted on anyone.’
  • 53) ‘If they do not want to go out and meet anyone, someone may also be deputed to meet them.’
  • 54) ‘It is not thought anyone was in the building, which was once a ballroom and Corn Exchange.’
  • 55) ‘Last night Charlotte begged anyone who had a copy of the footage to come forward.’
  • 56) ‘You should always ask for ID, and never let anyone into your home that you are not sure of.’
  • 57) ‘The leaflets will remind pensioners never to open their doors to anyone they are unsure of.’
  • 58) ‘While she accepted she had to go, she said she had not deliberately misled anyone.’
  • 59) ‘‘I didn't know anyone there,’ she once admitted.’
  • 60) ‘Unfortunately, there didn't seem to be anyone around to pick up the phone.’
  • 61) ‘It is a shame it has to come to that before anyone realises how dangerous this road is.’
  • 62) ‘Suffice it to say that Waugh might have trouble getting anyone to print his story today.’
  • 63) ‘The danger now is that anyone who wants to change society will run a mile from active politics.’
  • 64) ‘Ducks have been part of the village scene in Bledington for as long as anyone can remember.’
  • 65) ‘Of course, the truth is that they have been part of it for as long as anyone can remember.’
  • 66) ‘Heskey's got the power and pace to frighten anyone but must remember it's not a crime to use it.’
  • 67) ‘Francis had never been afraid of anyone for as long as I had known him, not even the oldest of the old.’
  • 68) ‘Belfast are the strongest by far but, apart from them, anybody can beat anyone else.’
  • 69) ‘Nothing special, just the normal adjustments anyone has to make as the body gets older.’
  • 70) ‘Like anyone moving to the big bad world of a city, they have had to toughen up.’
  • 71) ‘In her eleven years of life she has yet to be dominated by anyone or anything.’
  • 72) ‘I enjoy travelling on fast roads with music blasting from the stereo as much as anyone else.’
  • 73) ‘We respect the Brits more than anyone else, and this will take a long time to go.’
  • 74) ‘So hone your skills, get some samples and talk to anyone and everyone about what you can offer.’
  • 75) ‘I try to tell her that as she grows older her needs may be reduced but she is a woman who will not be told or driven by anyone.’
  • 76) ‘Even a cursory look at the new science GCSE is enough to give anyone pause for thought.’
  • 77) ‘He wanted to find a way to bring down the cost of motoring so that anyone could do it.’
  • 78) ‘They seem to know better than anyone what this feels like, what we're going through.’
  • 79) ‘More than anyone, he needs to get it together if he wants to win the competition.’
  • 80) ‘Alternatively, anyone can take part in the coffee morning and hold their own event.’
  • 81) ‘It's hard to imagine anyone ever getting quite so worked up over these new buses.’
  • 82) ‘anyone who's anyone in the industry will be there!’
  • 83) ‘Over the years, anyone who's anyone in the game has dropped by to play a round or two in the city.’
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