Definition of Lifework

1. Noun. The principal work of your career.

Generic synonyms: Calling, Career, Vocation



Definition of Lifework

1. Noun. The main occupation or vocation of a person's life. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Lifework

1. the major work of one's lifetime [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lifework

lifestyle
lifestyler
lifestylers
lifestyles
lifetap
lifetime
lifetime-job
lifetime job
lifetime jobs
lifetimes
lifevest
lifevests
lifeward
lifeway
lifeways
lifework (current term)
lifeworks
lifeworld
lifeworlds
lifeworthy
lifie
lifies
liflode
liflodes
lift
lift-to-drag ratio
lift a finger
lift bridge
lift off
lift out

Literary usage of Lifework

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1. Hunters of the Great North by Vilhjalmur Stefansson (1922)
"HUNTERS OF THE GREAT NORTH CHAPTER I PREPARATIONS FOR A lifework. OF EXPLORATION MY family were pioneers. In advance of the great railways that eventually ..."

2. The Essence and the Ethics of Politics: Individual Messages to the Public by Silas Arthur Cook (1915)
"You know your duty. No man ever looked for it and did not find it." 3. Duty and lifework at God's Call. It is also of greatest importance to remember that, ..."

3. From Glory to Glory; Or, The Christian's Glorious Ministry by Maria Lydia Winkler (1903)
"His lifework—ie, to receive sinners into the glory of God. 2. Audible and visible communication from heaven. 3. Majesty manifested when transfigured. 4. ..."

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