Thesaurus / abide


The county of San Diego’s public health officials knew schools were still closed when they made their decision to abide.
He continually tells his listeners to abide by the county protocols, even when Justin Hart, a digital strategist, said masks wouldn’t help curb the spread.
Guaderrama told VOSD that Allied Universal guards are required to abide by MTS’s body camera policy and that, like MTS, the contractor flags footage and provides it upon request.
It’s become clear that many aspects of customer interaction will need to be digitized to abide by social distancing measures.
This means partnering with a franchisee that supports our clean energy goals, abides by the terms of the agreements and will not lobby in Sacramento for legislation against our clean energy future.
It is not abiding by the rules of the World Trade Organization.
He was a perfect nuisance; even the tone of his voice I could not abide.
Louis was determined to abide by the original contract, and said his wife's foreign train was too large.
He seldom was allowed any choice of his own, but was expected to abide by the selection of his parents.
But London cannot abide to be rebuked; such is the nature of man.


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