abiding[ uh-bahy-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF abiding
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I have an abiding faith in their capacity, integrity and high purpose.
And because he had too abiding a gentleness to say it, the insanity of her anger rose anew.
Without that, no deep or abiding revival, no powerful conversion.
Never was vengeance more terrible, far-reaching, and abiding.
And all the time he had an abiding consciousness of her bodily presence.
Riches, honor, the pleasures of sense—these held no true and abiding bliss.
She had mistaken it for that abiding peace which is not lost or won in a day.
Too mighty, lords of heaven, did you deem the brood of Rome, had this your gift been abiding.
But in this new social order is there nothing rich and abiding?
Their life is one of perfect and abiding peace and of sweet content.
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