(1) They may outlive their friends who can give insights into their achievements and character.(2) There's nothing we can do but see how many outlive summer.(3) Perpetual foundations, he pointed out, frequently outlive their initial purpose and usefulness.(4) Women outlive men just about everywhere in the world, but in Russia, it's by 14 years.(5) The demographics of participants in this study reflect current population demographics in which women outlive their husbands and then live alone.(6) The trees overshot their expected height and girth, and have now begun to outlive their lifespan.(7) women generally outlive men(8) Yet, it is necessary to outlive the inhuman experience of this attempt at genocide with the collaboration and connivance of the state and come to grips with its implications for the future of the Republic.(9) ├ö├ç├┐He was born before me and the way he's going he'll probably outlive me,├ö├ç├û she said.(10) You know, I have to believe that this particular character will outlive me.(11) So many people outlive their friends and their contemporaneous family.(12) They should be open to change as and when they outlive their utility.(13) It's difficult for my parents to think they might outlive their son.(14) I should outlive him long enough to bury him.(15) There was talk of deporting her but somehow I suspect she'll outlive us all.(16) And the truth is that micro-organisms can't be obliterated - they were here first and they will surely outlive us.
(1) outlive :: outlive
1. live on after ::
ola i le tuanai ai
2. live longer than ::
ola umi atu nai lo
3. outlast ::
4. survive ::
Different Formsoutlive, outlived, outlives, outliving
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