- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of survive.
“Likewise, the whole thing about "Only the virgin survives" is bullshit.”
“And, as Bamber Gascoigne has written: ‘For the first fifty years of what we now call the Christian era, not a word survives about Christ or his followers.’”
“The term survives in our word hustings; and in Ding-wall -- Ting-val; where tings were held.”
“(The term survives despite the emergence of yellow chips, worth twenty-five white ones, to satisfy modern high-rollers.)”
“This title survives in the German _Kaiser_ and perhaps in the Russian _Tsar_ or”
“The reason that the Silicon Valley survives is that there is an ecosystem that supports and connects start ups.”
“The Dancing With the Stars surprises are suddenly adding up: Bristol Palin survives, yet again.”
“The creature that survives is the one that is most responsive to change.”
“The only way that district survives is if one of the other upstate congressmen retire and they carve up that district instead. jerry 101 says:”
“What survives is "fittest" to survive, and any parent-child genetic relationship is just genes from one generation to the next.”
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