Aliturgical



designating those days on which the celebration of certain liturgies, especially the Eucharist, is forbidden.

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  • Alive and kicking

    Also, alive and well. Alive and alert; living and healthy. For example, John’s completely recovered; he’s alive and kicking, or You’re quite mistaken; our lawyer is alive and well. The first expression, sometimes shortened to live and kicking, originally was used by fishmongers hawking their wares to convince customers of their freshness and has been […]

  • Alive to

    having life; ; existing; not dead or lifeless. (used for emphasis): the proudest man alive. in a state of action; in force or operation; active: to keep hope alive. full of energy and spirit; lively: Grandmother’s more alive than most of her contemporaries. having the quality of life; vivid; vibrant: The room was alive with […]



  • Alive with

    having life; ; existing; not dead or lifeless. (used for emphasis): the proudest man alive. in a state of action; in force or operation; active: to keep hope alive. full of energy and spirit; lively: Grandmother’s more alive than most of her contemporaries. having the quality of life; vivid; vibrant: The room was alive with […]

  • Aliveness

    having life; ; existing; not dead or lifeless. (used for emphasis): the proudest man alive. in a state of action; in force or operation; active: to keep hope alive. full of energy and spirit; lively: Grandmother’s more alive than most of her contemporaries. having the quality of life; vivid; vibrant: The room was alive with […]



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