littoral, adj. 1. coastal, seaboard, coastwise, shore, seaside, beachfront, waterside, riparian.
-n. 2. seacoast, seashore, shore, seaside, seaboard, strand, coast, water's edge; shoreline, coastline, strand line; beach, sands, sand, foreshore, inning, Fr. plage, Chiefly Brit, shingle. liturgical, adj. ritual, ceremonial, formal, solemn; sacerdotal, hieratical, liturgic; sacramental, eucharis-tic, baptismal, chrismal, paschal; ceremonious, ritualistic, formular, Sabbatarian, sacramentarian; litur-giological, euchological. liturgy, n. ritual, worship, service, ceremony; rite, rite of passage; observance, practice, celebration; function, office, exercise, duty; solemnity, formality, formulary, formula; mystery, sacrament, ordinance; liturgies, litany, liturology. livable, adj. 1. habitable, inhabitable, occupiable, fit, lodgeable; comfortable, decent, respectable, convenient; adequate, acceptable, admissible, satisfactory, usable; unobjectionable, unexceptionable, passable, sufficient; all right, OK, better than nothing, fair, not bad, not all that bad, pretty good.
2. companionable, conversable, compatible, harmonious, easy, easy to live with; affable, friendly, sociable, amicable; gregarious, congenial, genial; civil, gracious, courteous, urbane.
3. endurable, bearable, supportable, tolerable, sufferable, worth living, worthwhile. live', v. 1. be alive, have life, be, exist, have being, walk the earth; breathe, respire; arise, rise, originate, quicken, come forth, appear, see light, come into existence.
2. subsist, remain alive, cling to life, survive, outlive; keep a hold on, hold on, stick out, stick to; persevere, persist, endure, last, continue, remain, stand, abide, obtain, prevail; be permanent, be steadfast, be constant.
3. Usu. live on or by subsist, maintain life, rely for maintenance; feed, be nourished, be supported; thrive, increase, wax, augment, multiply, flourish, grow, fare; support [s.o.], earn a living, follow an occupation, make one's living, earn money, get ahead; keep, maintain, nourish, support, foster, nurture; provide for, provision, victual, afford, board, subsidize.
4. Often live in or at dwell, reside, tarry, sojourn, occupy, inhabit, people, populate; tenant, room, billet, lodge, take up one's quarters, take up residence; anchor, moor, take or strike root, establish oneself.
5. behave, act, acquit oneself, comport oneself, demean oneself, conduct oneself.
6. flourish, thrive, prosper, luxuriate; enjoy life, be happy, live it up, live high, live high off the hog, Latin, carpe diem; make the most of life, take the earth's bounty, make every moment count, bask in the sunshine, find one's place in the sun, live a charmed life, live in clover, sail before the wind, make or cut a figure, swim with the tide, get along swimmingly. live2, adj. 1. alive, living, vital, breathing, viable, sensible, subsistent, existent, extant, animate, quick, vivified, Biol, motile; real, palpable, in the flesh, fleshly, bodily, substantial, embodied, incarnate, corporeal, material, physical, tangible; under the sun, this side of the grave, on the face of the earth.
2. lively, energetic, vigorous, spirited, dynamic, Inf. peppy, Inf. snappy, active, brisk, frisky; breezy, effervescent, vivacious, stirring, sparkling, glowing, bright, brilliant; ardent, eager, enthusiastic, intense, keen; alert, wide-awake; industrious, enterprising.
3. teeming, swarming, abounding, overflowing, thronged; fraught, full, rife, replete; restless, bustling, busy.