alive (s):
capable of erupting
a live volcano.
the volcano is very much alive
alive (a):
possessing life
the happiest person alive.
the nerve is alive.
doctors are working hard to keep him alive.
burned alive.
a live canary

Related Words: live
alive (a):
having life or vigor or spirit
an animated and expressive face.
animated conversation.
became very animated when he heard the good news

Related Words: animated
alive (s):
mentally perceptive and responsive
an alert mind.
alert to the problems.
alive to what is going on.
awake to the dangers of her situation.
was now awake to the reality of his predicament

Related Words: alert
alive (s):
(often followed by `with') full of life and spirit
she was wonderfully alive for her age.
a face alive with mischief
alive (s):
in operation
keep hope alive.
the tradition was still alive.
an active tradition

Related Words: active
alive (s):
(followed by `to' or `of') aware of
is alive to the moods of others
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Dikensiz gül olmaz.
There is no rose without its horn.

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