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Synonyms for live

dwell

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spend your life

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  • spend your life
  • behave
  • conduct yourself
  • pass your life

exist

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survive

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thrive

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live it up

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live on or off something

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  • exist on
  • depend on
  • rely on
  • survive on
  • keep going on
  • subsist on
  • endure on
  • make ends meet on
  • stay alive on
  • keep your head above water
  • eke out an existence on
  • sustain yourself on

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live wire

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Synonyms for live

to have reality or life

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

to maintain existence in a certain way

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to go through (life) in a certain way

marked by or exhibiting life

of great current interest

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Synonyms for live

have life, be alive

have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations

pursue a positive and satisfying existence

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actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing

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exerting force or containing energy

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possessing life

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highly reverberant

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charged with an explosive

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elastic

abounding with life and energy

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in current use or ready for use

of current relevance

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charged or energized with electricity

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capable of erupting

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References in periodicals archive ?
Gallup measures marital status by asking respondents, "Which of the following best describes your marital status: currently married, living together with a partner, widowed, divorced, separated or never married?
The study found those who were engaged and living together before the wedding were about as likely to have marriages that lasted 15 years as couples who hadn't lived together.
A follow-up meeting took place this March in Seville, Spain, site of a remarkable living together of cultures in the Middle Ages.
Figures also reveal the number of couples living together will rocket from an estimated two million in 2003 to almost 3.
It had been consistently shown in the past that, contrary to the popular belief that living together will improve a person's ability to choose a marriage partner and stay married, the opposite is actually the case," states Claire M.
Living Together is part of Ayckbourn's The Norman Conquests trilogy but is perfectly OK as a stand-alone production.
Proving both of the above is not easy, so be warned, if you are living together (and not gay) you need to keep a close eye on who owns what
Around that time I met Cindy [Sherman], and we started living together.
CPAs who think they are familiar with the rules applicable to unmarried couples living together may be surprised to learn one more way in which the playing field is unequal.
Living together presents an opportunity to determine compatibility in many areas.
all living together like one big family--everybody very happy and all good, decent people.
They started living together in 1955, in the midst of Damn Yankees; he helped her win the third of four Tonys with his choreography for New Girl in Town in 1957; they were married in 1960, while their third show, Redhead, was playing in, of all places, Chicago; when their daughter was 3, in 1966, Verdon returned to Broadway in his Sweet Charity.
University faculty, counselors, and students might be aware that living together is an option for most students but that older, hedonistic, racially tolerant individuals are most likely to cohabit