a person with a lifetime membership in a group or organization
In 1871 he retired, and in 1881 was nominated a life member of the Upper Chamber (Herrenhaus).
Mother Anastasia is not a life member of the sisterhood of the House of Martha.
I asked him, "Do you know you are a life member of that association?"
Another makes one of its number a life member of our Association, contributing thirty dollars.
He has paid for me to be a life member of a great London library, and sent me the catalogue.
The sum of thirty dollars constitutes a member for five years and of fifty dollars a life member.
You have all heard of Mr. Peterson, the peony man of Chicago and a life member of this society.
A gentleman present next said 'who would pay £12 to be a life member of a bankrupt Club?' '
He's a life member of the Shawnee Club—a life member, mind you!
We are happy that Mrs. Neilson, who is a life member of the Association, is attending this Convention.