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good life

noun
1.
a life abounding in material comforts and luxuries.
2.
a life lived according to the moral and religious laws of one's culture.
Origin
1945-1950
1945-50
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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  • We successfully moved the rooster to a friend's yard where he lived a good life.
  • The chief part of them they think doth come of the exercise of virtue, and conscience of good life.
  • The exchange of talent for the good life made for an extraordinarily productive relationship between the state and the scientists.
  • But, they're not the only little ones living the good life.
  • Decades of good decisions can build the good life at work, too.
  • But even if you're scraping by on a serf's salary, it's possible to live the good life within your means.
  • It does not include aspects of the good life such as some leisure activities.
  • Those who prefer inflation to default prefer that their children pay their debts while they continue to life the good life.
  • They want to enjoy a good life financed by other people.
  • She already has a good life and a successful career.

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