What is survivor?

  • (noun): One who lives through affliction.
    Synonyms: subsister
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on survivor:

Survivor Philippines - Seasons - Season Summary
... Winner Runner-up Third place Vote Castaways Days Tribes Location Host 1 Survivor Philippines September 15, 2008 December 14, 2008 JC Tiuseco Rob Sy None 6–2 18 39 ...
Survivor - Other
... Survivor (horse), a racehorse that won the first Preakness Stakes in 1873 Survivor (sexual abuse), a living victim of past sexual abuse Survivor The Ride!, a roller coaster ... Designated survivor, the member of the U.S ... hidden when other senior government officials assemble Survivor (1987 film), a film written by Bima Stagg Survivor (2008 film), a film featuring Cyril Nri Survivor, a brand of ...
Survivor 10: Pearl Islands
... Survivor 10 Pearl Islands is the second season of the Israeli version of the American Reality TV show "Survivor", shot during June and July, 2008, in the Pearl Islands, Panama ...
Survivor: Samoa
... Survivor Samoa is the nineteenth season of the American CBS competitive reality television series Survivor ... Similar to Survivor Tocantins, the minimum age requirement for this season was 18 for most states ... Russell Swan returned in Survivor Philippines and finished in 15th place ...
Survivor Philippines
... Survivor Philippines is the Philippine version of the television series Survivor, which was originally based from the show, Expedition Robinson created in 1997 by Charlie Parsons ... number of days until one remains and is given the title Pinoy Sole Survivor (Celebrity Sole Survivor for the celebrity editions) ...

More definitions of "survivor":

  • (noun): An animal that survives in spite of adversity.
    Example: "Only the fittest animals were survivors of the cold winters"
  • (noun): One who outlives another.
    Example: "He left his farm to his survivors"

Famous quotes containing the word survivor:

    You’re looking, sir, at a very dull survivor of a very gaudy life. Crippled, paralyzed in both legs. Very little I can eat, and my sleep is so near waking that it’s hardly worth the name. I seem to exist largely on heat, like a newborn spider.
    William Faulkner (1897–1962)