1 I shall row and tramp about, so I don't want any starch to think of.
2 You'll have me for company, if that's any comfort.
3 "I haven't got any," said Meg forlornly.
4 That was a very happy breakfast, though they didn't get any of it.
5 March never had any stamina, was the cheerful reply.
6 Meg will be absorbed and no good to me any more.
7 My John wouldn't marry for money, any more than I would.
8 I'll be as prim as I can and not get into any scrapes, if I can help it.
9 We don't want any more marrying in this family for years to come.
10 You can't buy those soft shades, so we paint ours any color we like.
11 Now, my dear, don't have any ill feeling, I beg.
12 I don't want any secrets, and it's kinder to prepare them.
13 I never made any plans about what I'd do when I grew up.
14 Jo, dear, don't hope any more.
15 At any rate, you are none the better for it, as far as I can see.