anymore vs. any more
- No one can be natural anymore.
- —May Sarton
- Do you read much anymore?
- If you do that anymore, I'll leave.
- The Washingtonian is too sophisticated to believe anymore in solutions.
- —Russell Baker
- … everybody's cool anymore.
- —Bill White
- Every time we leave the house anymore, I play a game called "Stump the Housebreaker."
- —Erma Bombeck
Examples of anymore in a Sentence
I never see them anymore.
they don't sell that kind of sandwich anymore
Recent Examples of anymore from the Web
Clinton isn’t running for president anymore; in fact.
There’s not a lot of room to build in Nashotah anymore.
You weren't supposed to be talking about Stormy Daniels anymore.
No such organization exists, at least not anymore: The Veterans Administration was dismantled in 1989, months before the fall of the Berlin Wall, and was elevated to a Cabinet-level agency, the Department of Veterans Affairs.
That thin strip of nylon carried her to a new universe, one in which nothing, not even walking between mountains, seemed impossible anymore.
In many countries, like the United States, orphanages don't exist anymore, replaced by a system of foster care and small group homes.
Donald Trump's Dumb Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Are Also Disastrous for Beer YURI DYACHYSHYN Because nothing is sacred anymore.
People don’t drink a lot of vermouth drinks or Luxardo maraschino drinks anymore.
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Definition of anymore for English Language Learners
: in the recent or present period of time
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