One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate willingness to do or experience something new.‘Rosie was willing to try anything once’
- ‘I am not much of a prissy kind of girl, I will try anything once.’
- ‘He is a sport, he will try anything once.’
- ‘I like everything, and I will try anything once, but for the most part I go for a simple style with clean lines.’
- ‘I will always love Michael, he never stops excelling and has no boundaries with his music, he will try anything once.’
- ‘‘I will try anything once,’ she declared, and proved it in her eighties by flying on Concorde, taking a trip in a helicopter and ascending in a hot air balloon.’
- ‘I enjoy long walks on the beach, going to the park, jigsaw puzzles, reading a good book, swimming and I will try anything once.’
- ‘While I haven't been exposed to a lot of exotic places or foods, I am just not a very picky eater and I will try anything once.’
- ‘I have a strict policy with food whilst travelling: I will try anything once.’
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