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Synonyms for life

living things

period of usefulness




come to life


for dear life

give your life


  • lay down your life
  • die
  • sacrifice yourself

that's life


  • that's the way things are
  • that's it
  • that's the way the cookie crumbles

Synonyms for life

Synonyms for life

a characteristic state or mode of living

the experience of being alive


Related Words

the course of existence of an individual

the condition of living or the state of being alive

the period during which something is functional (as between birth and death)

the period between birth and the present time

the period from the present until death

a living person

living things collectively

the organic phenomenon that distinguishes living organisms from nonliving ones

an account of the series of events making up a person's life

a motive for living

a prison term lasting as long as the prisoner lives

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The best can perform it or see it brought to life by a team of actors before being transmitted to mobiles.
The unity between black women is brought to life through Slim Lambright's well-written and intricately--woven debut novel.
English writer Virginia Woolf and her struggle with insanity are brought to life by Heather Harrington.
In the I-PLAY mode, difficult-to-understand concepts, such as opposites (light/heavy) and action words (sing, grow), are brought to life through zany animation and sounds.
Through the expertise of forensic and information specialists, they are brought to life in the present either as bronze busts that approximate what they would be like today had they survived, or through fragmentary evidence of their remains.
Levine comes across as a creepy enough character, but neither he nor his compatriots are ever brought to life.
aMuze is producing a series of BYOD (bring your own device) audio guides built around the events and conditions that are brought to life in the museum's historical tableaus.
HISTORY is being brought to life at Hadrian's Wall.
It's been brought to life on stage many times but surely rarely as a one-man show.
This simply outstanding and enthusiastically recommended edition of The Adventures Of Pinocchio does full and complete justice to the wonder and storytelling skills that originally made the life and travails of a wooden puppet brought to life so universally beloved.
In a nutshell: Sibling rivalry brought to life in astounding fashion.
From the eternal troubles between the British and the Irish to the personal accounts of Manhattan from before the Revolutionary War to the horrors of September 11, 2001, historical events and characters are vividly brought to life.
THE journals of the great-niece of Nuneaton's most famous novelist, George Eliot, are to be brought to life in a slide show.
Still, Happy Endings contains many memorable sketches brought to life by sensitively modulated body language.
These stories are brought to life, told by the immigrants themselves, people who help them along the way, human smugglers and law enforcement officials.