abide[ uh-bahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF abide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABIDE
The officers then could not abide him, though some were submissive to him because of his father's position.
Though the desert were arid on this side, it was her desert, and there in her tent must she abide.
But, Master Will, how cometh it that thou dost now abide in Sherwood?
Author of many hymns, the most popular of which is "Abide with Me."
They foresaw that civilized and savage life could not abide side by side.
And do we abide by what we agreed on as being just, or do we not?
If she had married into a foreign country, she should abide by the ways of it.
"Old Chester Tales" will surely be among the books that abide.
What thought of me could I hope should ever abide with her, as the image of her abode with me?
A capacity will be given them patiently to abide by the resolution of their souls.