With added length, as in If this skirt were any longer it would sweep the floor.
Still, any more, as in They don’t make this model any longer . This negative form is often put as no longer
- Any more
any longer. nowadays; presently. adverb any longer; still; now or from now on; nowadays: he does not work here any more adv. one-word form by 1865, from any + more.
- Any number of
Many; also, no particular amount of. The meaning here depends on the context. I can give you any number of reasons for John’s absence means I can offer many reasons. Any number of subscribers might stay home means that an unknown number will not attend.
- Any old
any old adjective phrase Having only ordinary or mediocre quality; of no special distinction: Any old car will do me No particular, whichever or whatever, as in Any old brand of detergent suits me. [ ; mid-1800s ]
. Contemporary Examples But little is ideal in America or anyplace else, and heroism on the cheap is a defining aspect of our commercial culture. MLK Statue Shows America’s Bad Side Stanley Crouch August 29, 2011 The city has more than 140,000 hotel rooms—more than anyplace in the world—with an average daily rate of $114 […]