Ill-lived

Ill´-lived`


a.1.Leading a wicked life.
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In her closing paragraph, Jurgette wrote of living ones later years like fine wine, "not the vinegar of a life ill-lived; or the dry dust of a life not lived." Jurgette found "vinegar," on second thought, "yuk, jarring in a different way," and so she has changed it to read: "not the rot and reek of a life ill-lived."
But the trick is in the aging process so that in ones later years, one is like fine wine, not the vinegar of a life ill-lived; or the dry dust of a life not lived.