survival[ ser-vahy-vuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF survival
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SURVIVAL
All this, no doubt, was but a survival of his long religious training.
Polyandry is a survival of the group-marriage of the mother-age.
Guess it will be a case of the survival of the fittest of the engines when they meet!
How does the process of Selection make for the survival of the fittest?
But the price he was paying for survival was the usual price.
Ireland everywhere illustrates the principle of the survival of the fittest.
Addington, so Jeffrey Blake remembered when he came home to it, was a survival.
I hold very strongly to belief in the survival of the fittest.
To acknowledge classics at all seems a survival of the spirit of aristocracy.
In these matters we witness in America the survival of an ancient tradition.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SURVIVAL
- flesh and blood
- human being
- living being
- living thing
- mortal being
- vital spark