live out (lɪv
- intr, adverb (of an employee, as in a hospital or hotel) to dwell away from one's place of employment
Example Sentences Including 'live out'
A stranger's kindness will help a terminally ill Oakville mom live out her dream.
Toronto Sun (2003)
Andrew Lee Potts and Barry Bobby play delinquents who decide to live out the anarchic dreams of their dead friend.
Times, Sunday Times (2001)
He would be free of every frailty, including love; free to live out of time, out of place, out of every particular.
I know of folk who live out of town who have three of these sturdy specimens.
SA Star (2005)
I stayed in Manhattan all day after rehearsals, rather than going home - I live out in Queens.
Murder in E Minor
Some women - particularly married ones - are sexually inhibited and just want to live out fantasies.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Some women live out their own aspirations through their children.
India Today (2002)
This second part won; she did stay, and initially she attempted to live out the `happy family" fantasy.
Love - A User's Guide
`For the first ten years of our marriage Gervaise was still in the RAMC and I learned to live out of Army boxes.
In Remembrance of Rose
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