Another word for life
The fact or act of living
being, entity, growth, animation, animate existence, endurance, survival, presence, living, consciousness, subsistence, symbiosis, breath, continuance, flesh and blood, animateness, viability, substantiality, mortal being, reproduction, metabolism, vitality, vital spark; see also experience 1.
The sum of one's experiences
life experience, conduct, behavior, way of life, reaction, response, participation, tide of events, circumstances, unhappiness, realization, knowledge, enlightenment, attainment, development, growth, personality; see also world 1.
lifetime, one's natural life, longevity, actuarial expectancy, period of existence, duration of life, endurance, continuance, span, history, career, course, era, epoch, century, decade, days, generation, time, day, period, life span, season, cycle, record, one's born days*; see also extent, length 3.
One who promotes gaiety
for the duration of one's life, for a long time, as long as one lives; see forever 1.
by any means, as if one's life were at stake, whatever happens; see anyhow 1.
Another word for lifenoun
A lively, emphatic, eager quality or manner:animation, bounce, brio, dash, Ã©lan, esprit, liveliness, pertness, sparkle, spirit, verve, vigor, vim, vivaciousness, vivacity, zip. (Informal) ginger, pep, peppiness. (Slang) oomph. See action
A member of the human race:being, body, creature, homo, human, human being, individual, man, mortal, party, person, personage, soul. See beings
The period during which someone or something exists:day (often used in plural), duration, existence, lifetime, span, term. See live, time