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See definition of lifeblood on Dictionary.com
  • as inessence
  • as inlife
  • as inquintessence
  • as inwhole blood

synonyms for lifeblood

  • aspect
  • basis
  • bottom line
  • character
  • core
  • crux
  • element
  • meaning
  • nature
  • principle
  • quality
  • reality
  • root
  • soul
  • spirit
  • structure
  • substance
  • attribute
  • backbone
  • base
  • being
  • bottom
  • burden
  • caliber
  • constitution
  • entity
  • essentiality
  • fiber
  • form
  • fundamentals
  • germ
  • grain
  • kernel
  • life
  • marrow
  • meat
  • nitty-gritty
  • nub
  • nucleus
  • pith
  • point
  • property
  • quiddity
  • quintessence
  • stuff
  • timber
  • vein
  • be-all and end-all
  • chief constituent
  • essentia
  • main idea
  • name of game
  • virtuality
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antonyms for lifeblood

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  • abstract
  • exterior
  • exteriority
  • outside
  • top
  • exteriority
  • outside
  • extra
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    How to use lifeblood in a sentence

    Recruiting is the lifeblood of any program, and that’s where Frese shines.
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    The revenue is the lifeblood of the company and being part of the team gives me sense of fulfillment.
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    Hard “key performance indicators” or KPIs, such as number of calls, meetings, leads, and closes per month, supply the lifeblood to sales teams.
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    Recruiting is the lifeblood of any program, and historically, the top programs have all been located in fertile recruiting areas.
    HOW DO COLLEGE FOOTBALL DYNASTIES FALL?JAKE LOURIMNOVEMBER 25, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
    “Innovation is the lifeblood of this company,” Dorer said in an interview this summer.
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    Brands don’t directly finance specific TV shows anymore, but their ads are still the lifeblood of the industry.
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    With a biotech company, this is even more important because funding is the lifeblood of a biotech company.
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    This marketing technology trend is the lifeblood of influencers who monetize their personal styles and promote other brands.
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    So speaks he, and takes the sword in his throat unfalteringly, and the lifeblood spreads in a wave over his armour.
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    Survey was the soul and lifeblood of the medical services supplied by Hospital Earth to the inhabited planets of the Galaxy.
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