alive to alert to; responsive to: live to your emotions of other people.
In life; residing; inside condition where organs of this body perform their functions: in opposition to dead: as, the man is live.
In circumstances of activity; in effect or operation; unextinguished; undestroyed; unexpired: because, keep carefully the fit live.
Full of alacrity; active; sprightly; lively: as, the business had been all alive.
Enlivened; animated; strongly stimulated.
conscious; open to impressions (from); painful and sensitive; vulnerable: combined with to: as, he could be sufficiently alive towards the beauties of nature, yet somehow much more live to his or her own passions.
Filled just like living things; swarming; thronged: as, the town had been all live as soon as the general joined.