quality-of-life

[kwol-i-tee-uhv-lahyf]
adjective
affecting the quality of urban life: such quality-of-life crimes as fare-beating and graffiti writing.

Origin:
1940–45

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quality of life

noun
your personal satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with the cultural or intellectual conditions under which you live (as distinct from material comfort); "the new art museum is expected to improve the quality of life" 
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Example sentences
Life expectancy at birth is also a measure of overall quality of life in a
  country and summarizes the mortality at all ages.
Advanced liquid crystal displays may soon improve the quality of life of anyone
  who uses laptop and hand-held computers.
Better ways to avert brain damage could dramatically improve patients' quality
  of life.
National pride can also improve your quality of life.
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