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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of live.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having life; -- used only in composition
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a life; existing: used in composition: as, long-lived; short-lived.
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His athlete days were behind him in 480 B.C., when Phayllos was in his fifties, but his name lived on.
He then appointed a thoroughgoing Civil Service Commission, and during his term lived up to every requirement of the system.
But palin lived in a state that was right next to Russia – she must be an arms-control expert!
The way we have lived is not sustainable, we must change, whatever the weather does.
You say "the way we have lived is not sustainable" ... how so?
To save money, the newlyweds went to live with the older Donovans at their 74 Michigan Avenue home; “Big Tim” as the father was called lived on the first floor with his family.
Karla Kuskin lived in my neighborhood, Brooklyn Heights, a few blocks from me.
A Christian life spoken only and not lived is a poor example indeed, however if I am on a road that is for sure going to lead me to fall into destruction, would I not want to know it?
My cousin lived with me like a sister and to see her son die of this disease, I really do understand how hard it is to watch someone die slowly.
He described his ambitions and ideals, and his conception of the paradise wherein lived the people of the upper classes.