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lifestyle

Line breaks: life|style
Pronunciation: /ˈlʌɪfstʌɪl
 
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Definition of lifestyle in English:

noun

1The way in which a person lives: the benefits of a healthy lifestyle
More example sentences
  • As parents, we have the responsibility of helping our children lead active healthy lifestyles.
  • The balance of the articles can be used by either gender to promote a healthy bodybuilding lifestyle.
  • He was already obese and he was already living a sedentary lifestyle.
Synonyms
way of life, way of living, manner of living, life, situation, position, state, station, condition, set of circumstances, fate, lot;
conduct, behaviour;
customs, habits, ways, mores
1.1 [as modifier] Denoting advertising or products designed to appeal to a consumer by association with a desirable lifestyle: the latest lifestyle trends in the retail industries
More example sentences
  • Maybe that's why they need lifestyle management, to point out these things to them.
  • Is this a lifestyle business or is it going to be driven forward to maximise its potential?
  • Indeed, so slushy is the ad until its conclusion, it could be for any lifestyle product.

Words that rhyme with lifestyle

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