Definition of 'live out'
Example sentences containing 'live out'
`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 MURDER IN E MINOR
He would be free of every frailty, including love; free to live out of time, out of place, out of every particular.EVERVILLE (2001)
Definition of live out from the Collins English Dictionary
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