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  1. (Britain) Eye dialect spelling of anything.
    • 1901, Henry Lawson, Joe Wilson and His Mates[1]:
      'Well, mother told me to ride acrost and see if you wanted anythink.
    • 1911, Herbert George Wells, The New Machiavelli[2]:
      "Lost anythink, Matey?" said he.
    • 1913, Henry W. Nevinson, Essays in Rebellion[3]:
      Now, Alfred," she said, "you mind out for baby cryin', and if she should 'appen to want for anythink, just give a call to Mrs. Thomas through the next door."

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