“anymore” vs. “any more”
November 1, 2006
“Anymore” is a word in American English, but not in British English. According to the Oxford Manual of Style, it means “nowadays”, which is a separate meaning from “any more”. It does have an entry in the Macquarie Dictionary (the definitive resource when it comes to Australian English), but I can’t tell you any more than that without paying AUD 12.95 plus GST to subscribe.
P.S. the Macquarie Dictionary is on my del.icio.us wishlist if you’re looking to buy me a gift.