for anything

  1. under any circumstances
    she wouldn't give up her pets for love or money
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  • They just can't help spending our money on receptions for anything from the synchronised swimming team to the world-acclaimed left-handed marlies champions.
  • Farther along they spied calami, adversi, frail, and pomposi, which were worse, so they gave up on their search for anything better. Faun & Games
  • I wouldn't trade my experiences in Prei Veng and Vishakhapatnam for anything (although you could have my Lima days for a six-pack in the park). Domesticity Never Looked So Exciting
  • Rule two, stop pretending you got engaged to my kid brother for anything but his money.
  • It isn't fair that you're only a secretary at Hoggatt's because no-one bothered to educate you for anything else.
  • She cunningly milked him for anything she could learn about who his master was.
  • This property-imaging process will help us to look for anything that may be buried below ground.
  • The Question Time audience claps for anything that's motherhood and apple-pie as long as it's delivered punchily. Why Jenny Tonge Should be Abolished
  • But the Republican governors recoiled from the prospect of reopening the welfare bill for anything.
  • Plus an unpleasant whiff of effluent as in the previous week's remorseless attacks on Cherie Blair, not for anything she's said or done but for the way she looks.
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