Living [adjective]

Definition of Living:

existing, active

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Sentence/Example of Living:

His prototype for Goat is Alto Pharmacy, a booming digital health unicorn today that the founders started in his living room.

It didn’t take long for the Wrecking Ball of Consequence to come swinging into the Houston Rockets’ living room.

This ensures your CTV ads are delivering an experience that is traditionally only found in the living room, watching network television.

As much as Netflix may be a tree in spirit, in reality, it’s not a living, interconnected organism.

We could raise the federal minimum wage, which hasn’t gone up in over 11 years, or incentivize businesses to pay their employees a living wage.

I think I wouldn’t take up just any job to try and be in the competitive rat race because the standard of living matters a lot.

When the lab was temporarily closed by the pandemic, Irvine brought the tops home to experiment with in his living room.

The best way to guarantee your living room won’t stink is to avoid working out there.

One study of young Londoners who share living quarters found that 42 percent said they didn’t have enough space to work at home.

The problem is that having a big audience has taken a toll on my mental health, even though it’s also what makes it possible for me to make a living.