Abide - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- put up with something or somebody unpleasant (syn: bear, brook, digest, endure, stand, stomach, suffer, support, tolerate)
abide in the house of the Lord
a love that abided till the end of their lives
He had abode there till mid-day.
I thought of the mean hovels in which many of our peasantry abide.
The king went to visit his daughter and abode at her palace for ten days.
I abide by what I said.
You'll have to abide by the consequences.
...we must abide by the simple credo that “The customer is always right”...
Novelists, that can abide to hear nothing but what is new-minted.
I can't abide that man - he's so self-satisfied.
...the belief that limbo is the place where sinless but unbaptized souls abide until Judgment Day...
present participle: abiding
past tense: abided
past participle: abided