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no more does/has/will etc somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishno more does/has/will etc somebodyno more does/has/will etc somebody spoken old-fashioned used to say that a negative statement is also true about someone else syn nor, neither ‘She didn’t know the reason for his leaving.’ ‘No more do I (=neither do I).’ more
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no more does/has/will etc somebodyIn practice, this situation will arise only very rarely if a regime of symptom control and no more has been adopted.Men appear to be no more willing to support women in their traditional roles than women are to assume them.
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