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The synonyms of “Anymore” are: any longer
Anymore as an Adverb
Definitions of "Anymore" as an adverb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “anymore” as an adverb can have the following definitions:
- At the present or from now on; usually used with a negative.
Synonyms of "Anymore" as an adverb (1 Word)
|any longer||At the present or from now on; usually used with a negative.|
Usage Examples of "Anymore" as an adverb
- Alice doesn't live here anymore.
Associations of "Anymore" (30 Words)
|barely||In a sparse or scanty way.|
They had barely sat down before forty policemen swarmed in.
|coincidentally||Happening at the same time.|
Her dad coincidentally happens to be the accountant at the bank.
|contiguous||Connecting without a break; within a common boundary.|
Utah and the contiguous state of Idaho.
|frequency||The number of occurrences within a given time period.|
The frequency of modulation was 40 cycles per second.
|frequently||Many times at short intervals.|
They go abroad frequently.
We hardly knew them.
|infrequently||Not many times.|
He cooks but only infrequently.
|meagerly||Deficient in amount or quality or extent.|
These voices are meagerly represented at the conference.
|now||The momentary present.|
See more of what s now during our autumn catwalk show.
|occasional||(of a literary composition, speech, religious service, etc.) produced on or intended for a special occasion.|
An occasional table.
|occasionally||Now and then or here and there.|
Open areas are only occasionally interrupted by clumps of trees.
|oft||Many times at short intervals.|
We often met over a cup of coffee.
|often||Frequently; many times.|
How often do you have your hair cut.
|oftentimes||In many instances.|
Sensory processing is oftentimes a challenge for someone with ASD.
|rare||Recurring only at long intervals.|
|rarely||To an unusual degree; exceptionally.|
The rarely fine Sheraton bookcase.
|realized||Successfully completed or brought to an end.|
The joy of a realized ambition overcame him.
|really||Used as intensifiers real is sometimes used informally for really rattling is informal.|
I think she s really great.
|scant||Barely amounting to a specified number or quantity.|
He does not scant his attention to the later writings.
He was scarce sixteen years old.
She had scarcely dismounted before the door swung open.
|seldom||Not often; rarely.|
Islay is seldom visited by tourists.
|sometimes||Occasionally, rather than all of the time.|
Sometimes I want to do things on my own.
|sparsely||In a sparse manner.|
A sparsely populated region.
|sporadically||In a sporadic manner.|
He only works sporadically.
|today||The present period of time.|
Did you see today s newspaper.
|typically||With the distinctive qualities of a particular type of person or thing.|
David lit up many gatherings with his typically forthright comments.
He is an uncommonly good talker.