- that gives or can give life
- strengthening; refreshing; inspiring
A life-giving moment.
The enegy that a mother expends when she is giving birth to a baby is example of something life-giving.
(comparative more lifegiving, superlative most lifegiving)
(comparative more life-giving, superlative most life-giving)
- Necessary for life.
- We would have died without the unexpected rain that brought life-giving water.
- Creating or engendering life; being a source of life.
- However, because your scuba tank is your only source of life-giving air beneath the waves, it's important to know what to look for when trying to save money on a tank that's been previously used.
- Symbol: Aquarius's symbol is usually a man (although, in ancient texts it was a woman) holding two life-giving jugs full of water that are then poured down to earth for the benefit of all.
- They are considered one of the most healthy meals available, consisting of fresh vegetables, fruit and other ingredients that are packed full of life-giving nutrients.
- This increases shelf life and keeps people from getting sick from spoiled juice, but it also kills the life-giving enzymes found in whole founds.
- Raw apple cider vinegar contains enzymes and life-giving nutrients while the distilled vinegar is stripped of it nutrients.