fact of life(Noun)
Something that cannot be avoided.
The numerical value of fact of life in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of fact of life in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Regulations are always in flux, so that's just an ongoing fact of life in the industry.
I used to Rollerblade a lot, and I know that I’ve swallowed my fair share of insects, it’s gross, but it’s just a fact of life.
People who are supportive of Gov. Christie have just learned to live with it, that's just a fact of life and he's done pretty well despite the fact that it's there.
Islamic State have sold Yazidi slaves to families in Mosul, which wasn't hidden or kept secret, enslavement has become an accepted fact of life in areas under (Islamic State) control.
This is a new design and class of military ship that will be constructed in a brand new shipyard, these things bring with them risk. This is a fact of life. What we have done here is try to understand and manage these risks.
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