How to use Living-up in a sentence
A person couldn't grow when they were living up to the expectations of others.
They are industrious and abstemious in their lives, and when living up to the standard of their faith they present one of the nearest approaches to the realization of the Christian ideal which have ever been attained.
In fact, virtual togetherness has many variations, not all of them living up to the value-laden name of community.
Just hold onto your receipt until you make sure the product is consistently living up to the standards the directions inspire.
But she's not living up to her academic expectations right now... hers or yours, is she?Advertisement
Children in this level are concerned about being accepted by others and living up to their expectations.
You will end up meeting with the person who is chosen for you, you don't want to start off on the wrong foot by not living up to what you said on the online form.
Penney, Rampage is still living up to its reputation for hard-nosed fashion, with its Leopard Print Patent Satchel.
Your conservative nature prevents you from living up to your entire potential, but you're still successful in your work which can have an element of secrecy about it.
This global responsibility makes the lion feel guilty whenever he doesn't feel as though he's living up to his self-imposed duties.Advertisement
Raised by his loving father John, Jack and his siblings Ashley and Traci, Jack often struggles with living up to who he thinks he should be rather than seeking happiness as who he is.
His MacArthur Genius Grant and other awards are just part of living up to the "values behind the blue jacket," a sentiment felt among many successful members of the National FFA Organization.