And he could not, neither shall you, for they are a people of the Lord who abide
I married a poor woman, and am content to abide
by what I have done.
The lot fell upon the sailor; but he was the strongest of us and would not abide
by it, and attacked Helmar with his hands.
If rank and wealth within the mind abide
, Then gilded dust is all your yellow gold.
To this I replied that your services to myself had been such as could never be requited with money; whereupon, he exclaimed that I was talking rubbish and nonsense; that evidently I was still young enough to read poetry; that romances of this kind were the undoing of young girls, that books only corrupted morality, and that, for his part, he could not abide
Nor could this be done in the case of time, for none of the parts of time has an abiding existence, and that which does not abide
can hardly have position.
It seems unable to abide
for many seconds together in the holy of holies of the captain's state-room; it will out on deck and gaze ahead, through straining eyes, as the appointed moment comes nearer.
These familiar initials are, I suppose, the best beloved in recent literature, certainly they are the sweetest to me, but there was a time when my mother could not abide
They agreed to appoint Momus as judge, and to abide
by his decision.
Finally, at the suggestion of the International League of Cannon Founders, which had important branches in both countries, they decided to refer their claims to the Bumbo of Jiam, and abide
by his judgment.
For me, I have played the old game of war since ever I had hair on my chin, and I have seen ten thousand brave men in one day with their faces to the sky, but I swear by Him who made me that I cannot abide
the work of the butcher.