In my lifetime—in depression and in war—they have awaited our defeat.
Yet he was a rare man, such as few meet with in the course of a lifetime.
It takes a lifetime, Mr. Vavasor, to learn where to pay our taxes.
But the gentler fibers of the man were atrophied by the habits of a lifetime.
Few men hold such a position in their own lifetime, and have it so acknowledged.
It seemed a lifetime that he had lived in the noisome atmosphere of a felon's cell.
The love of a lifetime seemed to tremble in those two words.
It was the chance of a lifetime, especially to one who, like myself, hates heretics.
This was the last edition revised by the author, and published in his lifetime.
I give him, then, the lifetime of Methuselah, in which to reach his conclusion of proof.