way of life

NOUN
  1. a course of conduct
    the path of virtue
    our paths in life led us apart
    genius usually follows a revolutionary path
    we went our separate ways
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How To Use way of life In A Sentence

  • Payoffs and kickbacks and cheating and lying to the public are a way of life.
  • His work was rooted in a landscape, religion and a rural way of life.
  • Kindness should become the natural way of life, not the exception. Buddha 
  • Barilla is another example: it is built on the classic Italian image of tomato sauce, pasta, a carefree way of life, songs and sun.
  • This procedure is a form of critique: the photomontage provides us a critical distance to reflect on what we had been prompted to desire, whether it was a luxury product, an ideal of feminine beauty, a racial superiority, or an entire way of life. Merrill Cole: WikiLeaks and David Wojnarowicz: A Perspective from Berlin
  • And it took them three years to construct their own crannog, a timber dwelling built on stilts over the water, which links the way of life of people in 600BC with ours today.
  • Oborne regrets the 'loss of self restraint' and his intention is to recreate it, or rather to again 'ostracise' and 'thrust beyond the outer margins of debate' those who dare to speak out about the impact of Islam on the British way of life. The British National Party
  • It's YOUR way of life you feel is being "subverted". reddit.com: what's new online!
  • More than a religion, Puritanism was a way of life.
  • But his voice softens as he describes how ostracism has become a way of life.
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