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That would depend on your reference. "Anymore" does not appear in the compact edition of the OED(c) 1971, but it does in the The Oxford English Reference Edition(c) 1995. It also shows up on dictionary.com and merriam-webster.com. Merriam-Webster have quite a nice discussion of usage Here[^]
With the amount of (arguably misplaced) pride Americans have in everything American, I'm surprised the language hasn't yet simply been renamed to 'American' instead of English. Then those 33M anomalies go away (after all, it isn't English anymore! )
Disclaimer: I am American. But no, I'm not proud of it.
The anomalies aren't all American, and the vast majority of Americans don't like them, either.
i.e. alot of dumb spellings should of made it into the dictionaries, to, because "anymore" did -- and wala! English by the stupidest people, for everyone else to have to put up with.
There's nothing wrong with American dialects, by the way. Even the English used in England is little more than fragmented dialects of a half-dozen older languages. That's how languages grow -- not by being reinvented infested with the errors of the stupidest.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
I don't know what amazes me more...
The fact that you find stuff from 2011 and 2001(!), the fact that you would look for it, or the fact that you've remembered it
My thoughts exactly. Somebody clearly has waaaaaay too much time on their hands
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