the habits, attitudes, tastes, moral standards, economic level, etc., that together constitute the mode of living of an individual or group.
pertaining to or catering to a certain lifestyle:
unhealthy lifestyle choices; lifestyle advertising; a luxury lifestyle hotel.
(of a drug) used to treat a medical condition that is not life-threatening or painful:
lifestyle drugs for baldness.
a set of attitudes, habits, or possessions associated with a particular person or group
such attitudes, etc, regarded as fashionable or desirable
suggestive of a fashionable or desirable lifestyle: a lifestyle café
(of a drug) designed to treat problems, such as impotence or excess weight, which affect a person’s quality of life rather than his or her health
also life-style, 1929, from life (n.) + style (n.); originally a specific term used by Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler (1870-1937); broader sense is by 1961.
lifestyle or life-style or life style
A way of life or style of living that reflects the attitudes and values of a person or group.
- Lifestyle block
noun 1. (NZ) a semi-rural property comprising a house and land for small-scale farming
- Lifestyle business
noun 1. a small business in which the owner is more anxious to pursue interests that reflect his or her lifestyle than to make more than a comfortable living
- Lifestyle disease
noun 1. a disease that potentially can be prevented by changes in diet, environment, and lifestyle, such as heart disease, stroke, obesity, and osteoporosis
- Lifestyle drug
noun any drug that is not taken for medical reasons but to improve a way or style of living, such as virility medication