set for life


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set for life

prepared to exist for the rest of one's life; having adequate supplies for the rest of one's life. As soon as I win the lottery, I will be set for life. I'll never have to work again!
See also: life, set
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Instead, the man unwittingly handed her a $10 Set For Life ticket.
Eight finalists, and their families, will be set for life.
He must either feel like there's a target on his back or that he's set for life.
All she has to do is participate in a trip to the future to bring back data, and she'll be set for life.
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THESE youngsters are set for life thanks to the wide range of skills they pick up as part of their scout group.
Shane Lynch is financially set for life after spending time as one fifth of the massively successful Boyzone - what could he possibly have to be unhappy about?
And I'd always felt that if I got certain roles then I'd be set for life, emotionally, professionally.
Every other celeb couple must be seriously concerned now, as they seemed set for life.
he is set for life," South Korean professor Jasper Kim told The Los Angeles Times.
The designer, who will be set for life, is being kept top secret, as are any details of the dress.
Wealth is the state of being set for life and not panicking for your next paycheck.
She - and her family - would then have been set for life, compliments of the British taxpayer.
It is easy to feel that once an adult establishes a particular pattern of behaviour then that pattern is set for life.
Ginny Mulloy started at Kaiser Steel when she was just a kid, figuring she'd be set for life.