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Definition of "live out" []

  • Work in a house where one does not live (verb)
  • Live out one's life; live to the end (verb)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "live out" in a sentence
  • "His mother, the mysterious Caterina, appears to have abandoned him to his fate as an infant, although she may have gone to live out her days with him many years afterwards—certainly Leonardo had a housekeeper whom he referred to ironically as ‘la Caterina’, and whose funeral he paid for."
  • "Then he would retire in honor with his servants to some out-of-the-way corner of the world where he would live out the rest of his days under close guard."
  • "He constructed dockyards and laid out streets, then left behind troops to garrison the new metropolis, including many veterans from the mountains of Thrace who would live out their lives far from home on the banks of the Indus."