any longer

ADVERB
  1. at the present or from now on; usually used with a negative
    the children promised not to quarrel any more
    Alice doesn't live here anymore
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How To Use any longer In A Sentence

  • It's really weighing her down because she's not living up to her ideals any longer.
  • I regret to say that we can't stay here any longer.
  • 'If I told you what we both know," Kathryn quipped, `it won't take us any longer! A SHRINE OF MURDERS
  • One resident who couldn't take it any longer has gone to stay with family in Scotland.
  • I will not tolerate this behaviour any longer. Do I make myself clear?
  • I'm afraid the day of the teacher, the priest and the doctor being the three important people to whom you pay obeisance is not around any longer, certainly not in Europe.
  • He had no intention of enduring this smothering by overkindness any longer than it took him to figure out how to run away, and where to run to. The Fourth R
  • And the bad news for mr. shay is that his cherished "silent, white, anglo-saxon, christian majority" just MAY not be the majority any longer! News from Bizarro World
  • The boss couldn' t hold back his anger any longer.
  • In such a situation no individual is any longer penalized and none is unjustly enriched.
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