no more

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noun

: nothing more : nothing further
it is a fantasy and no more D. W. Brogan
will hear no more of this nonsense

no more

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adverb

1
a
: no longer
those stately homes stand no more
b
: no longer in existence : dead, departed
the glory of his house is no more
the great leader is no more
2
: to no greater extent : in no greater degree
can no more attempt to do intricate law-business than to play the piano W. M. Thackeray
3
: nevermore
these fields and hills shall see thee no more
4
: neither
he won't hear of it. No more will I W. C. Williams
no more you'll have to, if you don't want William Faulkner

no more

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adjective

: not any more
there's no more milk or bread in the house

Word History

Etymology

Noun

Middle English nomare, nomore, namare, namore, from Old English nā māre, from no + māre more

Adverb

Middle English namare, namore (adverb & noun)

Adjective

Middle English namore, nomore (adjective & noun)

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“No more.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/no%20more. Accessed 8 Dec. 2022.

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