no/any longer

any longer

1. Longer in length. If this gown were any longer, I'd trip over it. If this drive were any longer, I'd have to stop at a hotel for the night.
2. Any more. I can't handle this tension any longer—can you two please reconcile? Oh, the Smiths don't live there any longer, they moved last year.
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no longer

Not any longer; not now as was true before. Oh, the Smiths no longer live there—they moved out last year. It took a long time, but I no longer feel the craving for a cigarette, thank God!
See also: longer, no

any longer

1. With added length, as in If this skirt were any longer it would sweep the floor.
2. Still, any more, as in They don't make this model any longer. This negative form is often put as no longer.
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no longer

Not any more, as in They no longer make this model of blender. [c. 1300]
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no/any ˈlonger

used to say that something which was possible or true before is not now: I can’t wait any longer.He no longer lives here.
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any longer

For more time: can't wait any longer.
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no longer

Not now as formerly: He no longer smokes.
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