Etymology:[ 'lIv-lE-"hud ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old English līf (“life”) + lād (“course, journey”), later altered under the influence of lively, -hood.
Synonyms:alimentation, art, bread and butter, business, circumstances, craft, employment, game, grind, income, job, keep, living, maintenance, means, nine-to-five, profession, racket, rat race, resources
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