"It represents the survival of the pushing."
The mutilation of the savage has its tragic survival in the self-denial that mars our lives.
When those supplies ran out my men would need to forage for survival.
All fetishes are contra-survival, that's elementary.
America was aware of no conflict between high-minded principle and the necessities of survival.
Each has a unique theory, a few followers, and some credibility, conferred by sheer survival in the advisory business.
He comes to shore and interprets his survival as God's favor.
In general the predictors of the rate of HIV disease progression and survival among women are the same as in men.
In other words, that part of me that deals with survival has tossed up a bushel-basket full of fear.
Laurel felt herself gearing down into survival mode.
a state of surviving; remaining alive: living, life, subsistence, animation, aliveness, endurance
something that survives: continuance, usance, continuation, hangover, custom, holdover, usage
a natural process resulting in the evolution of organisms best adapted to the environment: selection, activity, action, survival of the fittest, natural process, natural selection, natural action