survive


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Synonyms for survive

remain alive

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live longer than

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Synonyms for survive

to exist in spite of adversity

to live, exist, or remain longer than

Synonyms for survive

continue in existence after (an adversity, etc.)

live longer than

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Did more white or newspaper moths survive the predator?
However, one slight positive for the Toon faithful is that of the 13 sides to have three points or fewer when rockbottom after eight games, six of them have gone on to survive come the end of the season.
It all began when the founder of I Will Survive, Inc.
A study of 18 tragedies at sea has revealed that when ships sink, crew members are more likely to survive than passengers, and men fare better than women.
the chance--that is, the objective probability--that Carol survives is zero and the chance that Alice and Bob survive is one.
The team from The University of Western Ontario are studying why some insects can survive freezing, while others cannot.
In addition to his studies and the six-hour round-trip trek each day, Luis works hard to help his family survive.
The Journal chose two diocesan campaigns--the diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island's Leap for Faith and the diocese of Niagara's Survive and Thrive--and.
He was a great man,'' said Samuelson, 84, of North Hollywood, one of five sonderkommandos - death camp inmates forced to help their captors - to survive the war.
Horton reports that "a preoccupation with rights ignores the fact that children will have no opportunity for development at all unless they survive.
Possible Disqualifier: Her company may not survive another four years.
As they came in to land, Coulter says, 'I knew we were going to crash and that I might not survive, but I was strangely calm about it.
BALTIMORE -- About 8% of infants born with either trisomy 13 or trisomy 18 survive longer than 1 year, Dr.
Anne of Beaujeau (1461-1522) was the eldest and most talented child of Louis XI to survive to adulthood.
IF this country is ever subjected to a nuclear attack, I want to be standing next to David Davies, because he is sure to survive.