or life style, life-style
[ lahyf-stahyl ]
/ ˈlaɪfˌstaɪl /
the habits, attitudes, tastes, moral standards, economic level, etc., that together constitute the mode of living of an individual or group.
pertaining to or catering to a certain lifestyle: unhealthy lifestyle choices; lifestyle advertising; a luxury lifestyle hotel.
(of a drug) used to treat a medical condition that is not life-threatening or painful: lifestyle drugs for baldness.
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Example sentences from the Web for lifestyle
The move follows the men’s lifestyle magazine’s move in January 2018 to formalized its affiliate play with the GQ Recommends vertical and the launch of its quarterly subscription service GQ Best Stuff Box.
Products, services and experiences are favored or rejected by people every day, helping to define them and their lifestyles.
Canoo’s first vehicle, by contrast, will be a consumer-focused “lifestyle vehicle” called the Canoo, expected for release in 2022.
By finding out their income, lifestyle, interests, and purchase goals, you can integrate and use such data to attract them to your products and services.
The new species reproduces only via sex, which is weirdly simple for a fungal lifestyle.
As quick as they were going out, they were getting stuff—living a lifestyle where they wanted luxury.
The Macallan represents a lifestyle; the kind that represents a person set on mastering their craft.
Vreeland believes that in the end, his grandmother put her subtle seal of approval on his lifestyle.
Richard Wright would never see eye to eye with you about your lifestyle.
“I was terrifyingly aware of the fact that my father was vocally against that lifestyle when I came out,” Hayward tells me.
His was but an updated version appealing to the mobile North American lifestyle.
Cooking and making ice with the funnel cooker/cooler will permit a significant change in lifestyle.
We are progressive, learning and growing in philosophy and lifestyle.
British Dictionary definitions for lifestyle
a set of attitudes, habits, or possessions associated with a particular person or group
such attitudes, etc, regarded as fashionable or desirable
- a luxurious semirural manner of living
- (as modifier)a lifestyle property
suggestive of a fashionable or desirable lifestylea lifestyle café
(of a drug) designed to treat problems, such as impotence or excess weight, which affect a person’s quality of life rather than his or her health
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Medical definitions for lifestyle
A way of life or style of living that reflects the attitudes and values of a person or group.
The American Heritage® Stedman’s Medical Dictionary
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