But every song spoke to her own experiences in a lifetime of love and loss.
Mars in Gemini readies you for the directorial role of a lifetime.
It takes a lifetime of learning to become as good of liars as their parents.
One in three black men in America is incarcerated in his lifetime.
She also wrote short stories that were never published in her lifetime.
I sincerely trust the young man has not suffered a lifetime for the act.
All the emotion of his lifetime seemed crowded into that moment.
Students have made the study of its windows a lifetime enthusiasm.
My father was a paper-maker, and lived all his lifetime in the town.
Have you not spent a lifetime of regret to atone for a moment of folly?
lifetime life·time (līf'tīm')
The period of time during which an individual is alive.
The period of time during which property, an object, a process, or a phenomenon exists or functions.