Emily Dickinson Lexicon
Lexicon: antler – anywhere
antler (-s), n. [OFr < L. anteoculār-em, in front of the eyes.] (webplay: horn).
Branch; stem; jut; projection; protuberance; excrescence; goring instrument; part of a stag's natural head ornamentation.
anvil (-'s), n. [unknown; may be cognate with silver.] (webplay: hammer).
Iron block; flat smooth surface for beating metal into shape; [fig.] circumstances that shape the soul; place in the soul where love grows stronger.
anxious, adj. [L. 'troubled in mind' < ang-ěre, choke, distress.]
Careful; cautious; circumspect; prudent; vigilant.
any, adj. [OE án, one + ig, adj. suffix.] (webplay: against, many, none, nor knoweth any man the Father, one, sell, small, some, uncertain).
- [Not] even one.
- The least; the slightest; even a little bit of.
- Another; alternative.
- Whatsoever; whatever; indefinite; indeterminate; unspecified; no matter which.
- Phrase. “Any more”: henceforth; from now on; from this time forward.
- Phrase. “Any one”: anyone; whatever person; one of the people.
any, adv. [see any, adj.] (webplay: Father, many, sell).
- Ever again; at all; [with a negative connotation.]
- Whatever degree; at all; [modifying a comparative adj.]
- Phrase. “Any other”: someone else; another person.
any, pron. [see any, adj.] (webplay: God, musicus, none, one, praying, small).
- Whoever; a person; whatever individual; someone; somebody; [see anyone, pron. and anybody, pron.]
- Whatever; one thing; even a little thing; [see anything, pron.]
- People; part of a group of people.
- Whatever creature.
- Phrase. “Any one”: at least one person; [see anyone, pron.]
anybody (-'s), pron. [see any, adj. + body, n.] (webplay: ask, God, many, praying, small).
- Even one person; at least one person.
- Someone; whatever person.
anyone, pron. [see any, adj. + one, n.] (webplay: God).
No other person.
anything, pron. [see any, adj. + thing, n.]
- One subject; even one entity.
- One element; even one fact.
anywhere, adv. [see any, adj. + where, adv.] (webplay: sell).
- In whatever place; here or there; near or far.
- To a specific place; to a definite location.