Lifetime [noun]

Definition of Lifetime:

span of animate being's existence

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Sentence/Example of Lifetime:

This is the strongest storm to hit the region in any resident’s lifetime, and the area will be recovering from the storm for a long time.

That being said, I don’t think you’re going to see a Republican or a Democrat president, at least in my lifetime, that is anything like this.

Seeing an eclipse of the sun by Pluto is a once-in-a-lifetime event.

For example, when a virtual gluon splits into two virtual quarks, the quarks’ possible lifetimes can vary.

Peter Timmer has seen a lot of change in the farming business over his lifetime.

When Major League Baseball finally starts its 2020 season on July 23, it will be a very different kind of campaign than any we’ve seen in our lifetimes.

A map of making purchases after the initial conversion will help you increase customers’ lifetime value.

Despite this, Morning Brew’s and The Hustle’s referral programs have both been successful in driving up the value of the participants’ lifetime value.

For an ambitious civilization lifetime of 2,000 years, the nearest CETI neighbor could still be thousands of light-years away.

Broadly speaking, the team said, the changes across lifetime come in three phases.