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Synonyms for life

living things

period of usefulness

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spirit

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come to life

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for dear life

give your life

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  • lay down your life
  • die
  • sacrifice yourself

that's life

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  • 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

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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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It is a cruel irony that we have such a self-indulgent culture that some of us are demanding the so called right of choice and placing the onus of taking life on medical professionals, who have an ethical duty to first do no harm.
But he soon showed he believed in taking life, not saving it.
Abortion, Execution, and Consequence of Taking Life
Naked Idealism: Expose Your Authentic Side and Create a Sustainable Life and World" is a thoroughly 'user friendly' guide to being oneself and taking life how it should be taken--with a grain of salt and a dash of humor.
COMEDIAN Ricky Gervais has engaged in a debate about theology with the Archbishop of Canterbury - confessing he might have "blown his image" by taking life seriously.
Comedian Ricky Gervais engaged in a debate about theology with the Archbishop of Canterbury - confessing at the end that he might have "blown his image" by taking life seriously.
Yesterday, he said: "I think staying healthy is about not taking life too seriously, not letting things play on your mind.
In recent years of accidents and ill health he was still laughing and, right up until the end, was taking life by the scruff and looking forward to jump racing and son Ian's next winner.