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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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While unable ever to choose definitively between Old Hollywood or the thing that came to replace it in which she plays her part, Liza, between being live and being living proof, struggles to find life, which she knows (and as she sings in the closing moments of her concert for television) should be a cabaret, musical and shameless, intoxicating.
The pioneering ``Sesame Street Live,'' has now spawned offshoots.
The Live Oak Society was born in response to a 1934 article by University of Southwestern Louisiana professor Edwin Lewis Stephens, who decided to make his data on the species official after numerous road trips to document locations and measurements.
Similarly, the living wage would also differ for a family that lives in Memphis than from a family that lives in San Francisco.
But I wanted something different, something that would help me move from an institution into the community so I could live independently.
The welfare reform legislation recently passed by Congress and signed by Clinton makes it clear indeed: All states will now have to mandate that teen mothers who receive public assistance not only stay in school, but live at home.
Hobby farmers are rural enthusiasts who live on multiple-acre properties and are active with their land.
A long-lived tree with a life measured in centuries, live oaks are native to the coastal South and can be seen growing in large yards, as specimen trees in parks, along streets, and overhanging the lanes of historic plantations.
Currently, 41 states have waivers available to a limited number of seniors on Medicaid who want to live in assisted living facilities.
People are starting to live in their own property," Morland said.
Developed this past fall and run by Miami students as a pilot program, the initiative was created as a way for students to learn about sustainable development in a real world context by supplying and promoting edun LIVE on Campus t-shirts.
The most important aspect of this ralationship has been the development of mutual respect between IL center and VR office staff, which ultimately provides the consumer with a better opportunity to achieve his/her vocational goal, to go to work, and to live more independently.
We asked, 'When your older relative is unable to live without assistance, what will you do?
5 million people with disabilities live in non-metropolitan and rural areas.
The founders were persons with severe disabilities who wanted to help others like themselves to live independently and to work toward a more accessible society.