Synonyms for do-or-die
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DO-OR-DIE
Spud was up next, and this time his face wore a “do-or-die” look.
Simmons came forward with a do-or-die expression on his face.
In that ninth inning Roxley came to the bat with a "do-or-die" look.
We're stuck, Corbett, so lay off that last chance, do-or-die routine.
The nose of the freshman boat crept alongside the sophs, whose faces wore a do-or-die look.
With Belden leading by one run, and the game almost over, Lakeville began the ninth inning with a do-or-die energy.
Plantagenet says nothing about it, but there is a do-or-die manner with him which is quite tragical.
She would come back, flushed and a little troubled-looking, but would go on with the dance with a do-or-die expression.
Brill came to the bat for the third time with a sort of do-or-die look on the faces of the players.
The stranger had a most impressive and yet absurd air of drunken sternness written in his face, a do-or-die look.