How to use Live-up in a sentence
I hope I can live up to your expectations, Mrs. Barnett.
It must be difficult to live up to so many people's expectations.
At all times he strove honestly to live up to the light that was in him.
Lifespan Males live up to 25 years old, females up to 35 years old.
Obviously Mom had joined the ranks of those who thought marrying Denton was the only way she could live up to the O'Hara name.Advertisement
The bigger black goby can live to at least three years, while rock gobies can live up to ten.
Failing to live up to these unrealistic expectations leads to chronic stress.
If they live up to this forecast that will put local government well ahead of expectations a year ago.
But the urban music underground is a reality, despite struggling to live up to the expectations of a cohesive independent scene.
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It is also a fairly good idea to peruse the user reviews as many baby monitors simply do not live up to their claims whereas others will surprise you with their durability.
They can live up to seventy years; however, and it is important to note that these birds can be very demanding.
In my experience, not all of these blushes actually live up to their lofty claims.
The ingredients, some might think, can't possibly live up to those used in high-end products.
If you're seeking a dependable lipstick that will live up to the hype, this line is certainly worth trying.Advertisement
The McEvoy label is renowned, but does the base live up to its brand name's potential?
However, joining the site locks you into a virtual pet that can live up to 20 years.
Prom is meant to be a celebration so try to make your own prom live up to the hype.
Since there are many different ways to look at what defines "best", it is probably most important to live up to your personal best as a high school basketball player.
When I see a woman with her talent as a business woman repeatedly failing to live up to her own hype, all I can do is shake my head.Advertisement
What does it say about a country that has spent decades to fight for equal rights for women, only to require its newscasters to live up to the model-thin images that it expects from its entertainers?
It is unfortunate that many people, especially young women, feel that they have to live up to a standard that Hollywood has set which is basically unattainable.
Since the male's sperm can live up to a week after delivery, breeding as soon as ovulation begins increases the chance that each ripened egg will become fertilized.
A healthy Goldendoodle can live up to 15 years or more due to the Poodle's longevity.
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Does that ruby countertop live up to the hype -- and the added expense?
Products may not live up to their claims, and even if they do work for your friends, that's no guarantee that they'll work for you.
Roaman's motto is "Your Style, Your Size" and they live up to it in their large selection of ladies plus size business suits.
First of all it's important to understand that the catalog photo and even the catalog description may not live up to your expectations when you receive the product, and the quality may be substandard.
Their footwear ranges from casual to dressy, with plenty of sexy styles that live up to the Torrid reputation.Advertisement
Check the Retro Planet website for more styles that live up to the name.
In addition, many of the infrared lenses on the market do not live up to their claims, so there is concern about the consumer being cheated into paying for something that they do not get.
So now we have to live up to our promise-find some safety glasses you might actually want to wear.
Sometimes Nintendo's own sequels struggle to live up to the standard of quality set by the original game.
This is a nice sentiment, but in Chase's case, tough to live up to.Advertisement
You might also stay out on the coast in Cambria or Morro Bay and split your time between winery visits to dropping into to see how the other 1% used to live up at Hearst Castle.
The features of the Legend make this particular model live up to its "legendary" name.
There is no possible way that the iPhone will ever live up to the enormous amount of hype that was built up for it.
For many fans, the big reveal did not live up to the hype.
They live up to this expectation by providing quality customer service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Advertisement
With one of the largest selections of maternity and breastfeeding clothes and accessories, they can easily live up to this goal with a unique combination of expertise and excellent customer service.
The name says it all for this online store, and they live up to their billing with suits for men, women and children; all size eight and up.
Each vehicle must live up to rigorous lab tests and meet clearly defined specifications.
While testimonials as to its effectiveness abound, there is a marked lack of scientific proof that this preparation can live up to its claims.
When the box arrived, I was anxious to see if the Ninja Master Prep Professional could possibly live up to its billing.Advertisement
In an industry where many of these appliances fail to live up to expectations, if you don't do your research, you could be throwing your money out the window.
While many electronic gadgets don't live up to their marketing hype, in my opinion, this product is an exception.
If he can agree to your limits, give him a chance to live up to your expectations.
Inspired by the beauty and durability of the all-American baseball glove, the family-run leather goods company that began over five decades ago continues to live up to the highest standards in handbags and accessories.
Simply put, Virgo wants a mate who has a love for hearth and home and can live up to his ideals of the perfect mate.Advertisement
While it's difficult to re-examine your ideals and view them from another person's point of view, you'll realize that not everyone can live up to such high expectations.
While earth is busy being solid and stable, Gemini is going to live up to her air sign and create a tornado to rip through earth's well-planned order of life.
They have an elegance and reputation of quality to live up to.
Even if you're not dressing to live up to someone else's standards, you should consider great quality, comfortable shoes simply because the work week is five days long, and you'll probably be wearing those shoes quite a bit.
With the help of rubber soles and technology like Primaloft (R) insulation, they're well-equipped to live up to their promise.
His nuanced performances hit all the right notes whether he was feuding with Victor Newman, mourning the loss of his unborn child with Nikki or he was trying to live up to his father's hopes and dreams.
Some people choose a dragonfly as a symbol of life, as the dragonfly can live up to seven years, quite a long time for an insect.
Do Skybus reviews live up to this airline's promise to deliver outrageously low fares?
Quite a reputation to live up to, but the two facilities receive raves from students as well.
Keep in mind as well that your success is also based on how well you live up to that image.
If you want to be known for outstanding customer service, make sure your staff can live up to those expectations, and your customers will love you.
Does this popular diet live up to the expectations?
Cotton flannel nightgowns have a bad reputation in the lingerie world, but they don't have to live up to all of the negative hype.
Good quality exercise wear can be hard to find, so many people like to opt for a trusted name, and that's what a Fruit of the Loom sports bra aims to live up to.
By the sounds of this track, their new album will live up to tradition.
Reviewers almost uniformly praised the music and the stage sets, but some complained that the story didn't live up to the rest of the show.
Anything that touts itself as your private nurse had better live up to some very high expectations!
With a natural beauty all her own, it's no wonder Cindy's line has garnered much attention; but does the hype live up to the promise?
The Cub Scout is reminded to live up to their motto Do Your Best, the Law of the Pack and the Cub Scout Promise.
The exalted atmosphere of the great man's ideas was too rarefied for the child's intellectual health, and a brain well fitted to do excellent work in the world was ruined by the effort to live up to an impossible ideal.
Wherever, it has been said, there is room for two to live up to the conventional standard of comfort, a marriage takes place.
A conscientious man according to his lights, he took as his device the motto Pacluin serva, keep troth, which was afterwards inscribed on his tomb, and did his best to live up to it.
The songs were talked about in the same rush of feverish anticipation and excitement, this, the debut album has a lot to live up to.
The next time you buy a game which does not live up its promotional blurb, complain.
Where everyone can live up to his or her maximum potential.
They are meant for function over fashion, but that doesn't mean that they have to live up to the attached stigma.
But this time, he suspected Dusty would live up to his legend.
The United States will not dole out any rewards to convince North Korea to live up to its existing obligations.