living

All Verb Noun
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  • It is thought that the majority of the population lived in that area.
  • Do you believe that the people in front of you are living?
  • She promoted the album on morning news shows and performed some songs live.
  • This program is open to all families who live within the district.
  • There was a level of peace in the kingdom unknown in living memory.
  • He was also referred to as and after the palace in which he lived.
  • A soul may need to live many lives before it is one with God.
  • She had two sons and lived a quiet life occupied by her writing.
  • We're living with people on the other side of the world.
  • In return, the members would receive care as long as they lived with the group.
  • And it is not enough to merely say it; we must live it.
  • The couple eventually shared a home and have lived together for many years.
  • He lived there for a good portion of his later life.
  • However, though the dead might live again, they could also die again.
  • That world would always be different depending on how each individual lived their lives.
  • It was the very first time that the score was performed live in Europe.
  • They do not prepare food and live only on what people offer them.
  • By soul he simply meant the form of a living being.
  • Members choose to live near each other because of one or more common interests.
  • The vast majority is living at the southern parts of the city.
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Root form of living is live for the verb.

Meaning of living

  • noun People who are still living
    save your pity for the living
  • verb Lead a certain kind of life; live in a certain style
    we had to live frugally after the war
  • verb Pursue a positive and satisfying existence
    You must accept yourself and others if you really want to live
  • adjective Pertaining to living persons
    within living memory