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Meanings of Live-on:

phrasal verb

If you live on an amount of money, that is the money that you use to buy the things that you need

Usage examples:

Nearly 5 million of morocco's 33 million people live on less than $2 a day, according to the world …

Meanings of Live-out:

idiom

Live out one's life; live to the end

phrasal verb

Do something in reality that one previously only imagined.

Usage examples:

Your wedding day is the one time that you can live out your most romantic fantasies

Live-stream

ˈlaɪv.striːm

Meanings of Live-stream:

noun

A broadcast of the video and sound of an event over the internet as it happens

Usage examples:

You can watch a live stream of her speech on our website., which platform is best for live-stream?,…

Liveability

ˌlɪv.əˈbɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Liveability:

noun

The degree to which a place is suitable or good for living in

Usage examples:

Fixing the walkways will enhance the liveability of the area., we are going to find scary things ha…

Liveable

ˈlɪv.ə.bəl

Meanings of Liveable:

adjective

Worth living.

Usage examples:

Fatherhood makes life more liveable

Meanings of Livebearer:

noun

A small, chiefly freshwater american toothcarp that has internal fertilization and gives birth to live young. many livebearers, including the guppy, swordtail, mollies, platies, and gambusias, are popular in aquaria.

Usage examples:

Examples include the oscar, jack dempsey, jewelfish, convict cichlid, midas cichlid, and spotted ti…

Meanings of Liveborn:

adjective

Born alive, not stillborn.

Usage examples:

Following this dubious authority, the world's press unanimously regurgitated the false information …

Lived

lɪv

Meanings of Lived:

verb

Remain alive.

Usage examples:

The doctors said she had only six months to live
adjective

Not dead or inanimate; living.

Usage examples:

Live animals
adverb

As or at an actual event or performance.

Usage examples:

The match will be televised live

Meanings of Lived-in:

idiom

Regularly used and comfortable

Usage examples:

I like a room to look lived in.

Livelier

ˈlaɪv.li

Meanings of Livelier:

adjective

Full of life and energy; active and outgoing.

Usage examples:

A lively and uninhibited girl

Meanings of Liveliest:

adjective

Full of life and energy; active and outgoing.

Usage examples:

A lively and uninhibited girl

Meanings of Livelihead:

noun

Liveliness; vivacity; = "livelihood".

Livelihood

ˈlaɪv.li.hʊd

Meanings of Livelihood:

noun

A means of securing the necessities of life.

Usage examples:

People whose livelihoods depend on the rainforest

Livelihoods

ˈlaɪv.li.hʊd

Meanings of Livelihoods:

noun

A means of securing the necessities of life.

Usage examples:

People whose livelihoods depend on the rainforest

Meanings of Liveliness:

noun

The quality of being outgoing, energetic, and enthusiastic.

Usage examples:

He radiated liveliness and good humour

Livelong

ˈlɪvlɒŋ

Meanings of Livelong:

adjective

(of a period of time) entire.

Usage examples:

All this livelong day i lay in the sun
noun

A stonecrop, especially orpine.

Lively

ˈlaɪv.li

Meanings of Lively:

adjective

Full of life and energy; active and outgoing.

Usage examples:

A lively and uninhibited girl

Liven

ˈlaɪ.vən

Meanings of Liven:

verb

Make or become more lively or interesting.

Usage examples:

Liven up bland foods with a touch of mustard
phrasal verb

To make something more interesting or attractive

Usage examples:

New wallpaper would help to liven up the kitchen.

Meanings of Liven-up:

phrasal verb

To make something more interesting or attractive

Usage examples:

New wallpaper would help to liven up the kitchen.

Livened

ˈlaɪ.vən

Meanings of Livened:

verb

Make or become more lively or interesting.

Usage examples:

Liven up bland foods with a touch of mustard
phrasal verb

To make something more interesting or attractive

Usage examples:

New wallpaper would help to liven up the kitchen.

Meanings of Livener:

noun

Something with an invigorating effect, especially an alcoholic drink.

Usage examples:

By the time we arrived there we were ready for a livener

Liveners

ˈlʌɪv(ə)nə

Meanings of Liveners:

noun

Something with an invigorating effect, especially an alcoholic drink.

Usage examples:

By the time we arrived there we were ready for a livener

Meanings of Liveness:

noun

The quality or condition of being alive.

Meanings of Livenesses:

noun

The quality or condition of being alive.

Livening

ˈlaɪ.vən

Meanings of Livening:

verb

Make or become more lively or interesting.

Usage examples:

Liven up bland foods with a touch of mustard
phrasal verb

To make something more interesting or attractive

Usage examples:

New wallpaper would help to liven up the kitchen.

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