Definition of 'live to tell the tale'
Example sentences containing 'live to tell the tale'
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They have lived to tell the tale of their success. The Sun (2009)Four of them would not live to tell the tale. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He had seen off opposition in the higher circles of government, and lived to tell the tale. A Model Victory (2005)Thankfully, the humans involved lived to tell the tale... in gory detail. The Sun (2012)He lived to tell the tale because the French Government paid a ransom for his release. The Sun (2014)Learn from the experience and try to think positive - you lived to tell the tale and you've found a new love in your life. The Sun (2009)
Definition of live to tell the tale from the Collins English Dictionary
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