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Similar words: outlinelivealiveliverlivelylive onlive outdeliverMeaning: v. live longer than. 
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1. I'm sure Rose will outlive many of us.
2. In the aggregate , women outlive men by 7 or more years.
3. How did it outlive George Meany?
4. Women usually outlive their husbands.
5. Thirty-three years is a long time to outlive a son(, too long.
6. Since women outlive men in substantial numbers, inadequate housing is more a problem for elderly women than for elderly men.
7. On average women outlive men by more than six and a half years.
8. Helen will outlive me - women live longer, it seems.
9. For instance, most birds considerably outlive mammals of comparable size.
10. Can hedge funds outlive their star managers?
11. He will not outlive this night.
12. People with outlive everyone else if they take care.
13. Lord, let me never , never , outlive my love for thee.
14. This reflects the tendency for women to outlive their husbands.
15. Well, you know, I thought that bastard would outlive us all.
16. The world has outlived much, and will outlive a great deal more.
17. Which type will outlive the other it is still too early to say.
18. The thick-shelled bivalves have greater lifespans than do other molluscs, and turtles and tortoises outlive other reptiles.
19. The springer spaniels, who gulp down what the children leave, will probably outlive next door's parrot.
20. Retired people are beginning to worry that they will outlive their savings.
21. The tragedy of Mr Gorbachev's personal life was to outlive his beloved wife, Raisa.
22. British collusion in such destruction is a scandal that will outlive any passing conflict.
23. Those who are weakly or who complain of ill health , oft outlive the more robust.
24. "Classic and romantic, wise and iconoclast, light and serious, sentimental and moralist, he created the 'Rohmer' style, which will outlive him, " Sarkozy said in a statement.
25. By the way, not to put too fine a point on it, those women who are married are likely to outlive their mates.
26. If Maeda is typical, then Japanese women will continue to outlive the rest of us.
27. But onkos comes from the ancient Indo-European nek, meaning to carry the burden: the spirit "so inextricably human, to outwit, to outlive and survive."
28. Local people wonder whether the system can, or indeed should, outlive the man.
More similar words: outlinelivealiveliverlivelylive onlive outdeliverlive downdeliverylive up tolive withoutletoutlawhotlinejostlingstartlingunsettlingpicket lineburst out laughingthe front linelividoblivionobliviousthe cost of livingfivegivedriverivergiver
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