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live through

verb as in come through

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One in four of us are forced to live through the violent assaults that these men resent being made cognizant of.

They simply want us to understand what it was like to live through a nuclear explosion so that none of us ever has to do so again.

“No child should have to live through what Nate lived through,” Terrie said.

It is almost impossible to convey to someone who did not live through that 1963 weekend what it was like.

“I never want to live through that particular Groundhog Day again,” Baker told the Senate Judiciary Committee last July.

Men live through more in five minutes on that crest than they do in five years of Bendigo or Ballarat.

If I live through this breach of habit, I shall be a white-livered puppy indeed.

I've lived sixty years and never yet met a trouble I couldn't live through.

Yet why should I worry about this when there are people who live through it and like it?

He knew why Rockford had said of this day, "If you can live through it, you will have it made."


On this page you'll find 164 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to live through, such as: endure, persist, pull through, ride, ride out, and survive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.