the living god definition, the living god meaning | English dictionary




a    possessing life; not dead  
b    (as collective n preceded by the)  
the living     
2    having the characteristics of life (used esp. to distinguish organisms from nonliving matter)  
3    currently in use or valid  
living language     
4    seeming to be real  
a living image     
5    (of animals or plants) existing in the present age; extant  
   Compare       extinct       1  
6      (Geology)      another word for       live   2       15  
7    presented by actors before a live audience  
living theatre     
8    prenominal   (intensifier)  
the living daylights     
9    the condition of being alive  
10    the manner in which one conducts one's life  
fast living     
11    the means, esp. the financial means, whereby one lives  
12      (Church of England)      another term for       benefice  
13    modifier   of, involving, or characteristic of everyday life  
living area     
14    modifier   of or involving those now alive (esp. in the phrase living memory)  

cost of living  
a    the basic cost of the food, clothing, shelter, and fuel necessary to maintain life, esp. at a standard regarded as basic or minimal  
b    (as modifier)  
the cost-of-living index     
2    the average expenditure of a person or family in a given period  
1    given to ready indulgence of the appetites  
2    (of animals and plants) not parasitic; existing independently  
  free-liver      n  
living death  
      n   a life or lengthy experience of constant misery  
living fossil  
      n   an animal or plant, such as the coelacanth and ginkgo, belonging to a group most of whose members are extinct  
living picture  
      n      another term for       tableau vivant  
living room  
      n   a room in a private house or flat used for relaxation and entertainment of guests  
living wage  
      n   a wage adequate to permit a wage earner to live and support a family in reasonable comfort  
living will  
      n   a document stating that if its author becomes terminally ill, his or her life should not be prolonged by artificial means, such as a life-support machine  
standard of living  
      n   a level of subsistence or material welfare of a community, class, or person  
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term used for describing the lifestyle of married or unmarried long-term couples who don't live under the same roof
[Psych.] acronym: LAT. e.g LAT couples, LAT relationships
Oh My God
a member of a European people of Russia, living chiefly in the middle Volga region
a member of a European people of Russia, living chiefly in the middle Volga region
Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly—sometimes called "Assisted Living" or "Board and Care" facilities
(Latin for "God wills it") was the cry of the people at the declaration of the First Crusade by Pope Urban II at the Council of Clermont in 1095.
The phrase appears variously as Deus vult (Classical Latin), Dieu le veut (French), Deus lo vult or Deus lo volt (catalan), etc.
ce que dieu trempe, dieu le sèche
à tout vivant une fin
ce que femme veut dieu le veut
chien en vie vaut mieux que lion mort
à brebis tondue, dieu mesure le vent
à barque désespérée dieu fait trouver le port
aie confiance en dieu, mais occupe toi de tes affaires
à qui Dieu donne femme, il donne aussi patience
au milieu du désert, une chaussure est un bienfait de dieu
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