One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
usually with negative or in questions To any further extent; any longer.‘she refused to listen anymore’‘you don't get men like him anymore’
- ‘Back from school, I sat in my room, too weak and tired to do any more, so glad to rest.’
- ‘It is not as if the aristocracy exercises any power over the rest of us any more.’
- ‘They told us that the building wasn't standing any more and we were in the centre of rubble.’
- ‘Outside of the missed free, he could not have done any more to win a Leinster title.’
- ‘She used to be really good at athletics and always won things but she can't do that any more.’
- ‘Looking for a bargain, or trying to find an old disc that the big chains don't carry any more.’
- ‘We weren't going to disturb the seabed any more at that point but we brought it up.’
- ‘Back home you avoid each other in the street or pub and you don't call round at their house any more.’
- ‘After a few years, I could no longer fool myself that the drugs were working any more.’
- ‘I the world we live in today, every day we are faced with things that are just not good for us any more.’
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