He got married (“one wife enough”), had kids, left his job, survived a few more attacks, went gray, and no longer drove a Gallant.
A team of researchers has come up with a list of two dozen “ultraconserved words” that have survived 150 centuries.
There would seem to be no doubt that Sergio would have survived had the rescue effort been more scientific and better-manned.
The Senate survived the Civil Rights Era, the Reagan Revolution, and the tumultuous first decade of our new millenium.
Two of the world's best tennis players, Richard Williams and Karl Behr, survived the disaster—in very different ways.
Only the instinct had survived, but the instinct had conquered.
But she knew that she had survived them, that some great calamity had fallen upon and destroyed them.
They took me from my sheets when they saw that I was too lively and gave me medicines for one week, and I survived successfully.
By this traffic Germany had survived for a century and a half.
She was preparing to commit suicide; and if you had died, she would not have survived you an hour.
early 15c., "act or condition of one person outliving another," originally in the legal (inheritance) sense, from Anglo-French survivre, Old French souvivre, from Latin supervivere "live beyond, live longer than," from super "over, beyond" (see super-) + vivere "to live" (see vivid). Related: Survived; surviving.