to survive an experience, esp. a difficult one
It's hard to understand how she lived through those traumas.
We're about to live through one of the worst filmmaking decades all over again.
One in four of us are forced to live through the violent assaults that these men resent being made cognizant of.
“No child should have to live through what Nate lived through,” Terrie said.
It is almost impossible to convey to someone who did not live through that 1963 weekend what it was like.
The effect is to make us feel wistful for a time we did not live through.
I may live through the winter, and I may live to see another spring opening with all its beauties, but I do not expect it.
The doctor, who had made his first morning visit, had said that she could not live through the day.
"I don't know how I'm to live through this suspense," said poor Molly.
I was to live through something before I could take my way home.
Should you live through this war the South will be in wild disorder.