Definition of survive:
break, support, hold out, know, withstand, proceed, get through, die, bring home the bacon, get, defy, blend, get going, inhabit, pop off, give-up the ghost, heal, overcome, pass, come through, fit, go far, stick up, break down, surmount, perish, stomach, sound, break through, hold, pull-through, cope, conk out, live, outlast, recover, arrive, run short, hold up, brave out, rifle, give way, plump, ride, stand firm, fight off, wear, bear, move, snuff it, stand up, strengthen, outlive, save, work, manage, drop dead, go bad, die hard, run, run low, weather, operate, deliver the goods, travel, populate, live down, conk, prevail, put out, tolerate, outwear, resist, stretch out, go, exit, bring through, croak, carry off, make out, remain, stand, start, succeed, lead, limp, pass away, live to fight/see another day, function, give out, experience, fail, locomote, choke, exist, kick the bucket, carry through, delay, fighting for survival, go away, extend, tick over, shake, decease, suffer, brave, get in, hold water, blend in, digest, detain, sustain, become, make it, stretch forth, be, respond, brook, expire, depart, handle, live on, revive, pull round, subsist, put up, exsert, cash in one's chips, win, stick out, nurse, keep up, get on, work out, belong, buy the farm, shrug off.
- "From the Housetops", George Barr McCutcheon.
- "Johann Sebastian Bach", Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry.
- "A Minstrel In France", Harry Lauder.