In 1966, George E. Vaillant, a 32 year-old psychiatrist, was put in charge of the study, and it became his lifework.
During the long period of our engagement I became almost as well prepared for my lifework as Carl was for his.
The man who should be proud and glad that I have found my lifework—speaking to me like that!
What was the lifework he was raised up to do, and how did he do it?
All this is surely part of an author's lifework; so I am writing appositely.
The nobility of their lifework is woven and cemented deeply in the hearts of the people.
If a man hates his lifework, he is very likely to hate his life.
Tyndall records that he once staggered out of the murks and disease of London, fearing that his lifework was done.
And Milne sailed the next Tuesday to begin his lifework among the rough hills of Newfoundland.
I am sure that I have mistaken my lifework, if I consider Greek my lifework.