for anything (in the world)

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for anything (in the world)

For any compensation or incentive; under any conditions or in any situation. Usually used in the negative. If there are spiders in your basement, then I'm not going down there for anything in the world!
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Really I am looking for anything which would give accountability or guidelines.
I'd just say, "Whatever." I don't really care 'cause I wanted to go to the X-Games for a long time and I finally got invited, so I wasn't going to pass it up for anything.
Miss Lena said Bobby Lee couldn't hang a man for anything, and neither could she, because she and Bobby Carter weren't the law, and didn't the sheriff care about that?
One is used exclusively for anything dealing with scheduling: A copy for each of our teams, the county-wide sports schedules, the transportation schedule, the field-lining schedule, the gym usage schedule and the building-use forms.
You see all these bright girls, and if they are pretty, when they turn 14 or 15, they have to undertake something else, which is called being a pretty woman, a full-time career that doesn't leave much time for anything else.
It's a search engine for anything, with 1,000 other Web guides listed in its database.