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Synonyms for no longer

not now



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This is confusion, this the right insanity, when the soul no longer knows its own, nor where its allegiance, its religion, are due.
The architectural book belongs no longer to the priest, to religion, to Rome; it is the property of poetry, of imagination, of the people.
It no longer expresses anything, not even the memory of the art of another time.
An edifice is no longer an edifice; it is a polyhedron.
Athos had no longer his son to induce him to walk firmly, with head erect, as a good example; he had no longer, in those brilliant eyes of the young man, an ever-ardent focus at which to kindle anew the fire of his looks.
His people were sometimes terrified to see him, for hours together, absorbed in silent reverie, mute and insensible; he no longer heard the timid step of the servant who came to the door of his chamber to watch the sleeping or waking of his master.
Man thus absorbed, though he does not yet belong to God, already appertains no longer to the earth.
On making out what was happening he called to Vasili Andreevich to leave him the drugget which the horse no longer needed, so that he might wrap himself in it.
It was no longer possible to sit down in his old place--it was by now all filled with snow.