live out

  1. live out one's life; live to the end
  2. work in a house where one does not live
    our cook lives out; he can easily commute from his home
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How To Use live out In A Sentence

  • Antifascist groups have had their objections rejected because they live outside the area. Times, Sunday Times
  • Each day we make countless choices and live out deeply ingrained habits that all add up to a lifestyle. Christianity Today
  • In the 1800's Americans used to live out on the prairies in sod huts before the days of the microwave burrito. Thoughts on TSHTF
  • The church has slid so far into consumerism it is nearly impossible to live out your faith without paying for it.
  • The severity and unpredictably of higher latitude and alpine habitats present special challenges to birds and mammals who live out some or all of their lives there.
  • Beyond the locked door, in another time-frame, his family live out frustrated dreams, hidden secrets and lies.
  • Many men on their own will live out of tins rather than cook meals for themselves.
  • Whether you live in or live out is entirely up to you.
  • Our comfort is this: We will live out our lives enchanted by Claire, her spell never broken.
  • A keen cyclist is to live out his dream by riding across the finish line of the Tour de France.
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