live out

live out  {v.}
1. To finish (a period of time); spend.
Smith lived out the year in the North as he had agreed, but then moved to the South again.
After retiring, John and his wife lived out their lives in Florida.
2. To last through; endure to the end of.
We lived out the winter on short ration.
He lived out the earthquake, but his house was destroyed.
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