Did you perchance mean lifestyle?
- n. A style of living that reflects the attitudes and values of a person or group
- n. marketing the totality of the likes and dislikes of a particular section of the market, especially when expressed in terms of the products and services that they would buy; a marketing strategy based on the self-image of such a group
- n. a manner of living that reflects the person's values and attitudes
“We initially chose e-schooling because of a learning-style issue for my son, but it's become a life-style for us.”
““On the matter of her sexuality and life-style, the Rev. Glasspool is faithful to the spirit and prayerfully determined direction of our church,” he noted.”
“Ridiculous what the stories imply, thank goodness anyone who watches these are too young to understand the underlying implications and by the time they are old enough to understand, they wont consider a fairy tale life-style the way to go!”
“He took some blood to see whether my recent admirable life-style might have lowered cholesterol on its own.”
“We are looking for a laid back, simple life-style, preferably close to the water.”
“Thus we spend 80% of the public health budget on the consequences of personal “life-style choices” ranging from unprotected sex, to alcohol and drug abuse, and the resulting trauma and violence.”
“But, the Reps just keep hanging on to fringe issues that don't matter much to those who are unemployed, uninsured, or just too underpaid to afford the same life-style these politicos have become accustomed to.”
“How can they do right for America when they live an elitist life-style and do not understand hardship.”
“Your particular life-style is not necessarily the best one for the rest of us. jmo says:”
“Any campaign for an alternative life-style should be projected as a part of this structural revolution.”
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