[ UK /lˈa‍ɪfsta‍ɪl/ ]
[ US /ˈɫaɪfˌstaɪɫ/ ]
  1. a manner of living that reflects the person's values and attitudes
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How To Use lifestyle In A Sentence

  • Naturally, this makes interpersonal relations, especially with societies unexposed to the advantages of the American lifestyle, a little difficult.
  • Try to improve your lifestyle a bit at a time.
  • Prehistoric rubbish heaps produced by the strandlopers are found in a number of caves and tell a great deal about the San people's lifestyle.
  • One consequence of epidemiological research into the contribution of lifestyle factors to cancer risk has been to blame the individual who develops cancer.
  • It was a marriage and a lifestyle that almost destroyed him.
  • I am speaking of the ease with which motives are impugned, lifestyles derogated, name-calling condoned, individuals and groups demonized. The Ten Commandments
  • Each day we make countless choices and live out deeply ingrained habits that all add up to a lifestyle. Christianity Today
  • Buying in a smaller city or coastal town gives them a more balanced lifestyle without the cold turkey of going without any urban facilities. Times, Sunday Times
  • A sedentary lifestyle also spells bad news for hips and thighs: increase your circulation by taking more exercise.
  • Almost half a century later their privileged lifestyle and their aura of being an exclusive caste still attracted comment.
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