- Any longer; at the present: Do they make this model anymore?
- From now on: We promised not to quarrel anymore.
In American English the word anymore is often found in negative sentences: They don’t live here anymore. But anymore is also used in regional American English in positive sentences with the meaning “nowadays”: “We use a gas stove anymore”. This usage is centered in the South Midland and Midwestern states, as well as in Western states.
How very wacky!