[ UK /ˌɛnɪmˈɔː/ ]
[ US /ˌɛniˈmɔɹ/ ]
  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 anymore In A Sentence

  • We don't easily imagine anymore a naive, unsophisticated 14-year-old without the resources or experience to go it alone or see a way out of current circumstances.
  • Also, in many classes, the prof isn't even really teaching anymore.
  • Now that I have a CD player, I don't listen to my tapes anymore.
  • Hundreds of people use auto-focus cameras and there are many people who can't focus their cameras anymore.
  • Type 2 used to be called adult onset diabetes, but we can't call it that anymore because it is onsetting with adolescents and even preteen kids. Campaigning for a Healthier America
  • We have every reason to remain indignant, disgusted, embarrassed and angry about this fact, but no room anymore whatsoever to feign surprise. The CNN estimate of the Searchlight Rally. | RedState
  • The judge pointed out that the absence of previous convictions did not of itself mean that a defendant was innocent anymore than the existence of previous convictions meant that a defendant was guilty.
  • If you take my work away I can'tbe happy anymore.
  • You see butches with butches but you never see butches with femmes anymore.
  • Lots of aliterates, according to Trelease, say they just don't have time to read anymore.
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