slice of life


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slice of life

n. pl. slices of life
An episode of actual experience represented realistically and with little alteration in a dramatic, fictional, or journalistic work.

slice′-of-life′ adj.
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He was glad he was rich and tolerably young; it was possible to think too much about buying and selling, it was a gain to have a good slice of life left in which not to think about them.
He said: "It's a slice of life. It's a day in the life of these people who are within and without.
It may or may not be real, but it serves up the slice of life we once flocked to YouTube for.
Slice of life Ashleigh Muir with daughter Myla Jenkins, three
This delightful book has captured a warm and soft slice of life between its hardcovers.
LAHORE -- Starring Pakistani artists and background music by our very own Qurram Hussain, Mangoes: A Slice of Life has become the first Urdu drama being aired during primetime in Canada.
Adeel and Khurram Suhrwardy, real life brothers, co-created, co-produced and star as Sami and Rakay in six new 30-minute episodes Mangoes, Mangoes: A Slice of Life that airs on OMNI Television Sundays at 7 pm ET/PT.
Adeel and Khurram Suhrwa rdy, real life brothers, co-created, co-produced and star as Sami and Rakay in six new 30-minute episodes Mangoes, Mangoes: A Slice of Life that airs on OMNI Television Sundays at 7 pm ET/PT.
The action-packed plot, backed by solid research, makes for a story that is not just a dramatic whodunit piece, but a slice of life piece inspecting Japanese heart and minds.
October is a slice of life romantic drama produced by Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar under their Rising Sun Films banner.
The Slice of life series will consist of three guitars, the first of which is almost finished and entitled the B.T.D.