View definitions for survive
verb as in continue to live
It survived the extinction of the dinosaurs and countless cycles of glaciation.
I think most of our interaction is an attempt to align the fictions that we build to be able to survive in the world.
We are all humans trying to survive a pandemic in our own ways.
All made money in 2019 after having survived several rocky years, according to data filed with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
At that time, Thrilling had announced that we would not take commission on any sales on our site for at least two months so that every dollar could go back to these stores who were all struggling to survive.
We've managed to survive, and I want to be a part of that tradition.
Of the ones that do survive, some will be too disillusioned to carry out an attack.
The longtime pals—and co-stars of The Interview—stripped down and tried to survive on the Discovery Channel reality series.
To survive on such low pay, she and her 11-year-old son share a house with another woman and four children.
The participants want to win—or at least they want to survive, and when losing means dying, winning is the only way to survive.
A word may survive and take a new meaning after its original meaning is no longer ascertainable.
A strenuous worker, Mr. Johnstone, like most men who have no hobby, did not long survive his retirement from active business life.
Footnote 48: Tobacco has been able to survive such attacks as these—nay, has raised up a host of defenders as well as opponents.
Feuchres died first, and, of the four artists assembled on that day at the Htel Pimodan, we only survive.
Of the anthropoid apes of Europe, probably numerous in individuals, a few remains of one or two species alone survive.
On this page you'll find 99 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to survive, such as: bear, endure, exist, get through, handle, and keep.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.