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Synonyms for alive

living

aware of

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  • aware of
  • sensitive to
  • susceptible to
  • alert to
  • eager for
  • awake to
  • cognizant of
  • sensible of

swarming with

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  • swarming with
  • packed with
  • bristling with
  • teeming with
  • buzzing with
  • abounding in
  • overrun by
  • jumping with
  • infested with
  • crawling with
  • thronged with
  • bustling with
  • hopping with

alive and kicking

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alive and well

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Synonyms for alive

having existence or life

marked by or exhibiting life

full of animation and activity

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marked by comprehension, cognizance, and perception

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possessing life

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(often followed by 'with') full of life and spirit

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having life or vigor or spirit

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(followed by 'to' or 'of') aware of

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in operation

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mentally perceptive and responsive

capable of erupting

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References in classic literature ?
With all this the Irishman decided to stay; but that night there were three at him for every one that was there the two nights before, and it looked very unlikely that he would be alive in the morning after all that he got.
On this I took comfort in spite of all my sorrow, and said, 'I know, then, about these two; tell me, therefore, about the third man of whom you spoke; is he still alive, but at sea, and unable to get home?
If it were alive, wouldn't it trot, and prance, and eat oats?
That way," answered the man, pointing with one hand, "it goes into the Country of the Winkies, which is ruled by the Tin Emperor, who must be a mighty magician because he's all made of tin, and yet he's alive.
Monty alive, penniless, half-witted, the servant of a few ill-paid missionaries, toiling all day for a living, perhaps fishing with the natives or digging, a slave still, without hope or understanding, with the end of his days well in view
He remembered that Nikita was lying under him and that he had got warm and was alive, and it seemed to him that he was Nikita and Nikita was he, and that his life was not in himself but in Nikita.
The things not alive remained always in one place, but the live things moved about, and there was no telling what they might do.
For one was alive and the other moved by means of machinery; one was tall and angular and the other short and round.
A Fox, seeing them, said, "If this lion were alive, you would soon find out that his claws were stronger than your teeth.
A MIND Reader made a wager that he would be buried alive and remain so for six months, then be dug up alive.
I used to like going there better when he was alive.
I should like to know, signori," said the Fairy, turning to the three doctors gathered about Pinocchio's bed, "I should like to know if this poor Marionette is dead or alive.
In fact, poor Jones was one of the best-natured fellows alive, and had all that weakness which is called compassion, and which distinguishes this imperfect character from that noble firmness of mind, which rolls a man, as it were, within himself, and like a polished bowl, enables him to run through the world without being once stopped by the calamities which happen to others.
Levin could not believe his ears, but there could be no doubt; the scream had ceased and he heard a subdued stir and bustle, and hurried breathing, and her voice, gasping, alive, tender, and blissful, uttered softly, "It's over
My benefactor and faithful steward, whom I had left my money in trust with, was alive, but had had great misfortunes in the world; was become a widow the second time, and very low in the world.