you haven't lived

(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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If you haven't seen Ken Dodd Live, you haven't lived.
Really, you haven't lived until you've watched the Grand National with Sandy and Sandra.
You haven't lived until you've bounced on a Garibaldi biscuit bridge, and each level is so full of funny little details that you could just stop playing and stare every step of the way.
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.
You haven't lived until you let your computer battery drop to eight per cent.
Some person much wiser than me once said that if you never discovered something you would die for, then you haven't lived.
then the best part is you can wake up and look yourself in the mirror" US President Barack Obama "Community jewels like this centre should always be celebrated" US President Obama's wife, Michelle, visits Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre in London "Some person much wiser than me once said that if you never discovered something you would die for, then you haven't lived.
You haven't lived, until you, partake of her charms, / you have not died, until you've died in her arms.
You haven't lived until you have tried to drag a full suitcase and a computer through two clamped fire doors and down a spiral staircase
My advice is, you haven't lived if you haven't seen the master at work.
You haven't lived until you've camped out in the American Military Cemetery above Omaha Beach in France, without a tent on a rainy night with John Randt.
And you haven't lived until you've seen Bernal lip-synch "Quizas, Quizas, Quizas" in a Jean Paul Gaultier gown.
Believe me, you haven't lived until you've seen Tom Conti dressed as Shakespeare's famous hunchback doing Jimmy Durante impressions and dancing across the stage.
Del Toro comes up with some wickedly elegant visual ideas - you haven't lived, if you live for such things, until you've seen a full-frontal vampire autopsy - but they tend to be buried by all the action/horror racket he's borrowed from better movies.
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