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Anymore or any more?

Any more and anymore have related meanings but they are different and we will show you why.

Any more

We use any more (written with two words) referring to quantities, for example:

  • Are there any more flights available today?
  • Would you like any more tickets for the lottery?

Anymore

We use anymore (written with one word) referring to time, meaning "still" or "no longer", for example:

  • This credit card is not valid anymore.

  • I don't want to do it anymore.