Do-or-die in a sentence as an adjective

So there's not the same do-or-die motivation to fill that seat, which diminishes the need for clever algorithmic pricing.

I'm financially stable enough to never be in a do-or-die situation.

LevelUp is in a do-or-die situation, there is no way they should do this over the thousands of other things they can do to save their company.

Considering the insane hours legal associates have to work for several years for the do-or-die chance at making partner, I wouldn't begrudge them that salary.

There is something about the do-or-die pressures of entrepreneurship that really drives the lessons home compared to trying to get an A in your mandatory Sociology class.

Unfortunately, the history of Palm didn't leave them enough resources to grow it organically - it was a high pressure do-or-die launch with rushed hardware that was universally panned.

Do-or-die definitions


desperately determined; "do-or-die revolutionaries"; "a do-or-die conflict"

See also: desperate