We use no more with nouns, to talk about quantity or degree – to say how much.
There’s no more bread.
She’s no more a great singer than I am.
We do not use no more in standard modern English as an adverb to express the idea of actions and situations stopping. Instead, we use no longer (usually before the verb), not … any longer or not … any more (informal). I no longer support the Republican party. (NOT
I no more support…)
This can’t go on any longer.
Annie doesn’t live here any more.
Anymore may be written as one word, especially in American English.
She felt that she did not love her anymore.