in, to, or at any place.
Using anywhere: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "anywhere" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
I can work from anywhere with an internet connection.
Do you want to go anywhere special for dinner?
She looked everywhere for her lost keys.
anywhere Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with anywhere
any other place than the current one, often used to express dissatisfaction or a desire to leave
I'm so bored in this town, I'd rather be anywhere but here.
I've been trying to fix my computer all day, but I can't seem to get anywhere with it.
to avoid or stay away from someone or something because of fear, dislike, or danger
I won't go anywhere near that dog, it looks aggressive.
Origins of anywhere
from any + where
Summary: anywhere in Brief
The adverb 'anywhere' [ˈɛniwɛː] refers to any place, and is often used to indicate flexibility or lack of restriction. It can be used in phrases like 'anywhere but here,' expressing dissatisfaction or a desire to leave, and 'not get anywhere,' meaning to not make progress or achieve success. The phrase 'go anywhere near' implies avoidance or fear.