To live with

Related to To live with: Xbox LIVE
To dwell or to be a lodger with.
To cohabit with; to have intercourse with, as male with female.

See also: Live, Live

References in classic literature ?
"I think, sister, we need not keep Miss Lee any longer, when Fanny goes to live with you."
I told him I did not wonder that his father was as he had described him, for that his head was a little touched before I went away; and principally his disturbance was because I could not be persuaded to conceal our relation and to live with him as my husband, after I knew that he was my brother; that as he knew better than I what his father's present condition was, I should readily join with him in such measure as he would direct; that I was indifferent as to seeing his father, since I had seen him first, and he could not have told me better news than to tell me that what his grandmother had left me was entrusted in his hands, who, I doubted not, now he knew who I was, would, as he said, do me justice.
'For,' said he, 'it was no fault of yours, nor of his; it was a mistake impossible to be prevented.' He only reproached him with desiring me to conceal it, and to live with him as a wife, after I knew that he was my brother; that, he said, was a vile part.
live it up : to live with great enthusiasm and excitement
If we learn to live with security, we learn to have faith.
Another article, which recently surfaced in my local paper, indicates that somewhere between 40 and 60 percent of the people aged 20 to 34 living in the seven-county area ringing New York City cannot afford their own apartments and are forced to live with their parents.
Our goal should be to build a world where poor and marginalized people have a place to live with peace and dignity.
Today we don't have a concrete social plan saying, "Now we are here, and we want to be there." Today our utopia is tied to our values--the values of creating conditions that allow each person to live with dignity.
Through peer support programs we are offering practical, day-to-day-living consultation to individuals who are newly disabled and looking for advice on what it means to live with a disability in modern society.
It sounds wholesome, but requiring teen mothers on welfare to live with their parents may do more harm than good
At Advocat our future lies in providing to seniors whatever they may need to allow them to live with grace, dignity and as much independence as possible.