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survive

verb abide, be left, be spared, continue, exist, last, live longer, live on, make a comeback, outlive, persevere, persist, remain, result, subsist, weather the storm
Associated concepts: survival of a debt, survival of an action, survive a contract, surviving party, survivor statutes
See also: continue, endure, exist, keep, last, persevere, persist, remain, subsist
References in classic literature ?
The two sons who survived him loved each other tenderly, and it was a real grief to the elder, Schahriar, that the laws of the empire forbade him to share his dominions with his brother Schahzeman.
Many of the old slow ways survived, the ways that were fast enough in the days of the stage-coach and the tinder-box.
Now do you really imagine that I could have survived all these years, if I had led a public life, supposing that like a good man I had always maintained the right and had made justice, as I ought, the first thing?
But religion, morality philosophy, political science, and law, constantly survived this change.
Before crossing the bridge which led to Zembin, he confided the fate of his own rear-guard now left in Studzianka to Eble, the savior of all those who survived the calamities of the Beresina.
Hope that had survived persistently until now began to wane.
For by her predeceasing her daughter the latter would have come into possession of the property, and, even had she only survived her mother by five minutes, her property would, in case there were no will, and a will was a practical impossibility in such a case, have been treated at her decease as under intestacy.
And I also hope that his powerful vessel has conquered the sea at its most terrible gulf, and that the Nautilus has survived where so many other vessels have been lost
Even at the time, I remember wondering what large animal could have survived to furnish the red joint I saw.
Yet it is to some petty exile, some temporary withdrawal of imperial favour, that we owe "The Lute Girl", perhaps the most delicate piece of work that has survived the age of the golden T`angs.
The Musketeer could not forget the evil reports which then prevailed, and which indeed have survived them, of the procurators of the period--meanness, stinginess, fasts; but as, after all, excepting some few acts of economy which Porthos had always found very unseasonable, the procurator's wife had been tolerably liberal--that is, be it understood, for a procurator's wife--he hoped to see a household of a highly comfortable kind.
I believe that I alone, of all my countrymen, survived that dreadful war.