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
Due to their ork done in collaboration with West Hartford Community Television, town staff aren’t keeping verbatim meeting minutes anymore, either.
Michael Cohen/Getty Images for The New York Times Uber isn’t just a ride-hailing service anymore — or at least the company is trying not to be.
Anderes came to the project after two different chefs were announced to lead the kitchen, then suddenly, and for unspecified reasons, weren't leading the kitchen anymore, including Jeremy Leven, MFK's opening chef.
Not that this seems to matter anymore in today’s Washington.
Later, when David Madson's father gives an interview, Cunanan can't take it anymore.
Women are so much stronger and willing to point fingers and are not going to take it anymore.
Besides, the ginger prince hasn’t been drinking or smoking as much anymore.
Borden Black, who runs charter trips on her 1925 Pullman across the country, says Amtrak recently told her she can’t have her cars hooked on and off trains in Huntington, West Va., anymore.
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ANYMORE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of anymore for English Language Learners
: in the recent or present period of time
ANYMORE Defined for Kids
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