(one) hasn't lived (until)

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(one) hasn't lived (until)

Has not experienced something particularly enjoyable or exciting (that the speaker is currently talking about). If you've never had caviar, then you haven't lived! You haven't lived until you've been to Paris—it's heaven.
See also: live

you haven’t ˈlived

used to tell somebody that if they have not had a particular experience their life is not complete: You’ve never been to New York? You haven’t lived!
See also: live
References in classic literature ?
I haven't lived all my life in the West Indies, among black servants, without learning something.
I haven't lived here mad and all alone, for five-and-twenty years, to be scared by you.
If you haven't seen Ken Dodd Live, you haven't lived.
Also, you don't know it yet, but you haven't lived until you've tried the poached rhubarb and fennel sorbet.
My husband and I haven't lived together for several years now.
Dear Coleen MY HUSBAND and I haven't lived together for several years now.
I haven't lived around here long, I only moved in in April so it's the first time anything like this has happened with me living here.
I've made my share of mistakes along the way, but if I have changed even one life for the better, I haven't lived in vain.
I haven't lived at home for four years and I am currently going thru a divorce.
Really, you haven't lived until you've watched the Grand National with Sandy and Sandra.
I was the one who came runnin' when you were lonely/I haven't lived one day not lovin' you only/But kisses and love won't carry me til you marry me Bill.
It has been said that you haven't lived if you haven't seen one of the great comedians in action.
Just because you haven't lived that life doesn't mean it's "fictional" to another community of "oxygen-deprived adult moviegoers" And that "chitlin-circuit theatrical" gives audiences hope for something better than the difficult lives of illness, unemployment, crime and deaths.