Category:English compound determinatives
Here are words that are compounds of the determiners: any, every, no, and some and the nominals: body, one, place, thing, and where. Some of their grammatical characteristics derive from each part. Some are often classified as pronouns, but they do not have the deictic and anaphoric functions of true pronouns.
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English determinatives composed of two or more stems.