Living large


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live large

To have a luxurious lifestyle. The term sometimes implies that such a lifestyle will be temporary. The royalties from his hit album have allowed him to live large well after the peak of his stardom—he still has six houses. We lived large while we were in Vegas, but now it's back to the old grind.
See also: large, live

Living large

phr. Doing okay. (The response to How ya living?) I’m living large. How you doing?
See also: large, living
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"Living Large in Our Little House will: Walk readers through the financial advantages of small space living; Help the readers define and find the right size house; Teach the readers to scale down to the essentials to be surrounded only by things they love; Show readers how to make use of outdoor space; Give tips on how to decorate judiciously; and so much more.
Critique: Exceptionally well written and profusely illustrated throughout, "Living Large: Wilna Hervey and Nan Mason" is an inherently fascinating read and would make an important addition to academic library American Biography collections.
Just a few years ago, she lived in a suburban Maumelle home, having just graduated pharmacy school, and admits she was living large and spending money carelessly.
We were both divorced with grown children, living large and free as permanent emptynesters.
Though they don't have plans to host Thanksgiving at their place this year, they look forward to spending as much time as possible living large with friends and family in their tiny space.
Have you asked yourself how they are living large, hopping from one country to another, like taking a bus ride?
Now that her morn finally sold one of her larger paintings, the Fox women are living large in Paradise Valley, Arizona, and Willa is attending the exclusive Paradise Valley Preparatory School.
They are not maverick outlaws, self-styled "businessmen" living large on the wrong side of the law as some middle-class media fools seem to think.
Dwight Arrington Myers, the lead rapper of Heavy D and the Boyz, and his crew released their debut album Living Large in 1987.
MARCIA Donen Roma, a director at Madison Avenue-based brokerage firm Fox Residential Group, debuted her exclusive listing, Chateau D'Espoir in Muttontown, New York, on "Living Large," the weekly CBS News segment highlighting multi-million dollar real estate throughout the New York area.
Lebanese Wife Of Hannibal, The Libyan Dictator's Son "When daddy's one of the biggest baddest dictators around-you know your gonna be living large and that's exactly what Ghaddafi's son Hannibal 36, and Lebanese wife from Akkar, Aline Skaff 31, (who was the first lady to appear semi-topless on a Lebanese publication) did!"
Living Large - Fatboy Outdoor Beanbag - pounds 225 from www.allupandon.co.uk Created for the garden, we admit this one could be difficult to take on location, but the effort will be worth it.
Texans are known for living large, but the University of North Texas (UNT) in Denton, TX, is hoping to reverse the trend by minimizing its carbon footprint.
Now living large in Orange County, California, Marmaduke is discovering that fitting in with his new four-legged friends isn't always easy.
Beach, who stands 6-foot-3 tall and weighs in at 225 pounds, has been living large in Alaska for 25 years, according to his bio on History.com.