out-lived[ out-liv ]SEE DEFINITION OF out-lived
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT-LIVED
To have out-lived all that one loves, he felt, was worse by far.
And himself,—he had out-lived his youthful enthusiasms, more's the pity.
He has out-lived our good opinion—the good opinion of the world.
Another accusation that used to be heard against our painters has been out-lived.
He has naturally a generous disposition, which, like that of Mr. Kirkland, has out-lived the witherings of slavery.
And yet she out-lived many of the most handsome, well-built, modern ships of that time.
The "eye for eye, tooth for tooth" conception of human justice has been out-lived by the race in its evolution.
The musical nature seemed to have exhausted itself, to have out-lived itself.
It appeared absolutely impossible that the boats could have out-lived the storm.