Anything you say

Anything you say.

Fig. Yes.; I agree. Mary: Will you please take these blouses over to the cleaners? Bill: Sure, anything you say. Mother: You're going to finish your homework before you watch TV, right? Child: Anything you say, Mom.
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I should indeed be foolish to feel offended at anything you say or do," he answered, in the seductive voice of the Trantridge time.
You might be dumb, or a baby, for anything you say to amuse me, or for anything you do, either
But if his doctor's warning has made no difference, then I don't think that anything you say will make an lasting impression on him.
A poet put it this way: "Be aware that someone's watching as you go along your way' Your example is remembered more than anything you say.
He's receptive to anything you say to him,'' Tracy said.
Anything you say will be remembered, so leave a trail that's positive and appreciative.
Anyone who has watched a cop drama during the past few decades is familiar with the so-called Miranda warning: "You have the right to remain silent; anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
And never say anything you don't want repeated on the air or in print because anything you say can and may be used.
Nieves, and anything you say in court can be used against you,'' Wiatt responded.