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Things living often describes (“living ________”)
room, index, matter, things, adjustments, species, forms, organisms, increases, animals, rooms, bacteria, nematodes, adjustment, stages, resources, increase, cells, space, god, allowance, wage, chimpanzees, facilities, systems, allowances, facility, material, stage, amoebae, world, health, organism, quarters, populations, indexes, creatures, environment, objects, protozoa, flatworms, birds, substances, history, dining, fire, fish, beings, population, learning, larvae, indices, bonus, materials, bodies, microorganisms, clauses, males, nematode, differences, primates, adults, animal, individuals, relatives, monkeys, vertebrates, fishes, components, existence, generation, entities, standards, amebae, invertebrates, mammals, substance, worms, figures, plants, algae, clause, ancestors, amebas, subjects, phase

Descriptive words:
daily, worth, good, own, everyday, independent, decent, right, free, comfortable, urban, better, christian, communal, modern, honest, day, healthy, holy, riotous, luxurious, simple, non, normal, plain, healthful, successful, clean, happy, longer, rural, democratic, hard, bare, easy, gracious, chinese, ordinary, suburban, precarious, righteous, effective, outdoor, loose, elderly, meager, modest, civilized, mere, virtuous, creative, cooperative, japanese, rational, rich, ever, wholesome, adequate, cost, collective, peaceful, godly, fair, extravagant, harmonious, scanty, noble, institutional

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See living used in context: 100+ rhymes, 100 Shakespeare works, 2 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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