Anyone and Public


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Public and anyone are semantically related. in one topic. In some cases you can use "Public" instead a noun "Anyone".


Public noun - Human beings in general.

Anyone and public are semantically related. You can use "Anyone" instead a noun "Public".

Both words in one sentence

  • It also makes it incredibly inconvenient to use anyone else's computer (or a public computer) and, conversely, inconvenient for anyone else to use yours.
  • Have You Told Anyone Else? In the Pilot of Mad Men, Don Draper asks a researcher who hands him her report on the public's psychological attitude toward cigarettes if she's shown it to anyone else.
  • Game-Breaking Bug By disabling all forms of chat, one was able to safely type µ into the public chat and crash anyone nearby (that had Public chat enabled) without crashing themselves.
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Public and Anyone. (2016). Retrieved 2022, August 14, from
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Public or Anyone. 2016. Accessed August 14, 2022.
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