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a scrap of

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  • a scrap of
  • a bit of
  • a grain of
  • a fragment of
  • a small piece of
  • a speck of
  • the slightest bit of
  • a crumb of
  • an atom of
  • an iota of
  • a jot of
  • NE

whichever

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a single one

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  • a single one
  • any one
  • a single member
  • NE

at all

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Synonyms for any

one or some or every or all without specification

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There may be a bit of a reckoning against Jem for the matter of a hare or so, if anybody was bound to keep their eyes staring open, and niver to wink; but Jem's been a-sitting here drinking his can, like the decentest man i' the parish, since before you left your house, Master Marner, by your own account.
Only you'd been into my house oftener than anybody else, and so you came into my head.
But if anybody asks any questions upstairs, just you take no notice, and turn the talk to something else, and I'll be obliged to you.
Poyser; "there's Mester Holdsworth has more land nor anybody else on th' estate.
Not anybody at all--if he were very wonderful indeed?
They've got to have their things, like anybody else.
Very true, my dear; and if we knew anybody we would join them directly.
If I could blame it on anybody I would feel so much better.
I didn't need anybody to tell me that that was an awful bad sign and would fetch me some bad luck, so I was scared and most shook the clothes off of me.
we talked and laughed so loud, that anybody might have heard us ten miles off
Well, I had a haul on Tuesday evening that it's not much good my telling anybody about.
Why, I had the Ladies' Aid, you know, and kitty didn't have anybody.
It had not occurred to anybody in the crowd -- that simple trick of inquiring about somebody who wasn't ten thousand miles away.
and then walk away quick, eleven steps, with your eyes shut, and then turn around three times and walk home without speaking to anybody.
If I ventured to describe that attitude, there would be a fine howl--but there the Venus lies, for anybody to gloat over that wants to--and there she has a right to lie, for she is a work of art, and Art has its privileges.