(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
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Scotland remains very much home even if he hasn't lived there permanently for half his life.
Realizing he has been living a life of quiet desperation, it suddenly occurs to him that even though it's his job to teach tales of other people's adventures, he hasn't lived any of his own.
He hasn't lived up to his true potential, for whatever reason, and will be well aware of that.
The former developer, who filed for bankruptcy in the US in March, claims he hasn't lived in Ireland since 2007.
Three and a half years later, I would suggest to you he hasn't lived up to his word.
He hasn't lived up to expectation to date but, now that he's proved that he thoroughly stays 1m, he may be given a more aggressive ride by Wayne Lordan.
Although he hasn't lived in the UK for a long time, he still thinks that voting is important.
First, there's the fact that he hasn't lived in his "official" residence in Panorama City since at least October, purportedly due to the invasion of a squatter who trashed the place.
Sad to say he hasn't lived to see the Villa revival.
Even though he hasn't lived in Guisborough for some time, Craig still thinks of it as home and has lots of friends in the town.
Ferrie has his detractors - they usually don't like his sometimes abrasive and volatile outbursts - but that temper is what helps make Ferrie a winner and it's usually just frustration that he hasn't lived up to his own high standards.
Warwick District Council has told Mr Kelly he hasn't lived in the house on the corner of Fallow Hill and Sydenham Drive long enough to qualify for a transfer - the family moved in six months ago.
It is understood he hasn't lived at the address since she discovered - after RBS's nearcollapse - that he had cheated on her.
He hasn't lived a life that's full, but seen it through the bottom of a glass that's only full when he's cadged a pint.
And although he hasn't lived here for many, many years, the city still has that pull for the academic.