What does Lifelong mean?
Definitions for Lifelong
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continuing through life
"a lifelong friend"; "from lifelong habit"; "his lifelong study of Greek art"
Extending for the entire duration of life.
They were lifelong friends; they met in elementary school and ended their lives in the same rest home.
lasting or continuing through life
Etymology: [Life + long. Cf. Livelong.]
The numerical value of Lifelong in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Lifelong in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of Lifelong in a Sentence
I am honored to announce my candidacy for Arkansas State Senate District 7. Northwest Arkansas is my lifelong home, it’s where my wife Michelle and I have raised our 20 children. It’s where we’ve grown our small businesses. It’s where we’ve built a life centered around our faith, family and friends. Our family has been blessed by God in so many ways. We’ve found His love and goodness to be our source of strength in both our most joyous occasions and our darkest moments. It's important to us to give back and to help others in every way we can.
Lifelong smokers face a greater than 1 in 2 chance of dying from smoking-related diseases, including a roughly 1 in 10 chance of dying from lung cancer.
We’re taking people who don’t need to be that aggressive and given them more risk than they can tolerate. What we’re going to do is turn them into lifelong bond investors - and that will cause them problems 30 years from now.
Here is a sport that is new and is different in their culture, but it's a fun sport, it's a huge team sport. It builds lifelong friendships, and this is something that we want them to live with.
Figuring out what is your stuff and what is other people’s stuff can be a lifelong journey.
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Translations for Lifelong
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- fad-shaoghalachScottish Gaelic
- da sempre, da una vitaItalian
- sepanjang hidupMalay
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