The Word is:”life”

life

/lʌɪf/

noun

noun: life; plural noun: lives; noun: one’s life; plural noun: one’s lifes
1.the condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death.
“the origins of life”
synonyms: existence, being, living, animation, aliveness, animateness; More
antonyms: death, non-existence
living things and their activity.
“lower forms of life”
synonyms: living things, living beings, living creatures, the living; More
2.the existence of an individual human being or animal.
“a disaster that claimed the lives of 266 people”
synonyms: person, human being, individual, mortal, soul, creature
“more than 1,500 lives were lost in the accident”
a particular type or aspect of human existence.
“his father decided to start a new life in California”
synonyms: way of life, way of living, manner of living, lifestyle, situation, position, state, station, condition, set of circumstances, fate, lot; More
a biography.
“a life of Shelley”
synonyms: biography, autobiography, life story, life history, memoir, history, profile; More
(in Christianity and some other religious traditions) either of the two states of a person’s existence separated by death.
“he departed this life on 28 March 1912”
(in Hinduism and some other religious traditions) any of a number of successive existences in which a soul is held to be reincarnated.
“a spiritual pilgrimage into her past lives”
a chance to live after narrowly escaping death (with reference to the nine lives traditionally attributed to cats).
“we were called to the hospital, but the old rogue had nine lives and seemed to be negotiating for another two”
(in various games) one of a specified number of chances each player has before being put out.
3.the period between the birth and death of a living thing, especially a human being.
“she has lived all her life in the country”
synonyms: lifetime, life span, days, duration of life, allotted span, course of life, time on earth, existence, one’s time, one’s career, threescore years and ten, this mortal coil; informalone’s born days
“I hadn’t talked to my father for the last nine months of his life”
the period during which something inanimate or abstract continues to exist, function, or be valid.
“underlay helps to prolong the life of a carpet”
synonyms: duration, active life, lifetime, existence, functioning period, period of effectiveness, period of usefulness, validity, efficacy
“the Parliament Bill introduced a limit of five years for the life of any Parliament”
informal
a sentence of imprisonment for life.
4.vitality, vigour, or energy.
“she was beautiful and full of life”

synonyms: vivacity, animation, liveliness, vitality, verve, high spirits, sparkle, exuberance, zest, buoyancy, effervescence, enthusiasm, energy, vigour, dynamism, go, elan, gusto, brio, bounce, spirit, spiritedness, activity, fire, panache, colour, dash, drive, push; More
5.(in art) the depiction of a subject from a real model, rather than from an artist’s imagination.
“the pose and clothing were sketched from life”

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