Financial means; a means of maintaining life; livelihood (noun)
A style of life. (noun)
A position in a church (usually the Church of England) that has attached to it a source of income. The holder of the position receives its revenue for the performance of stipulated duties. (noun)
Examples of word living
ËœIf a predicate is generally true of a genus, then the predicate is also true of any species of that genusâ„¢, we can derive the conclusion Ëœthe capacity of nutrition belongs to plantsâ„¢ using the premise Ëœthe capacity of nutrition belongs to all living thingsâ„¢, since Ëœliving thingâ„¢ is the genus of the species Ëœplantsâ„¢.
We can become so absorbed in making a living that we have no time _for living_.
And I am fully aware that once we direct our living attention this way, instead of to the absurdity of the atom, then we have a whole _living_ universe of knowledge before us.
All the machinery of living, and no _living_ -- no good of it all!
And it'll be so exciting to be living a story instead of reading it -- only when you're _living_ a story you can't peek over to the back to see how it's all coming out.