anymore

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See also: any more

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

any +‎ more

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Adverb[edit]

anymore (not comparable)

  1. (especially US) Alternative form of any more.
    He doesn't live here anymore.

Usage notes[edit]

  • Incorrect as a single word (rather than the two words "any more") when used non-adverbially, such as before a noun as a determiner. For example, "Do you want anymore cake?" is incorrect. Incorrect as a single word (rather than the two words "any more") before "than"; for example, "I don't like carrots anymore than cabbage" is incorrect. In British English, "any more" is the dominant form, and "anymore" may be considered incorrect in all contexts.

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