What is another word for no more?

Pronunciation: [nˈə͡ʊmˌɔː] (IPA)

The phrase "no more" can be replaced by many other synonyms, some of the most common ones are "stop", "cease", "discontinue" and "end". Similarly, the phrase "no longer" can also replace "no more" in certain contexts. Other synonyms for "no more" include "never again", "finished", "done", "over", "concluded" and "terminated". While each of these words may have slightly different connotations, they all convey the idea that something has come to an end or is no longer happening. It is important to choose the right synonym based on the specific context and tone in which it is used.

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What are the hypernyms for No more?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for no more?

Antonyms for "no more" include "again," "continuously," and "endlessly." These words suggest that something is ongoing or will happen repeatedly, rather than coming to an end. "Forever" and "perpetual" convey a similar meaning, suggesting that something will continue indefinitely. On the other hand, "once more" suggests that something is happening again after a break or pause, while "further" implies that something is continuing to develop or progress. "Additionally" and "moreover" imply that something is being added to an existing situation or discussion, rather than being brought to an end. By considering these antonyms, we can gain a better understanding of the various ways in which language can express continuity or finality.

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