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Synonyms for bide

to continue to be in a place

to stop temporarily and remain, as if reluctant to leave

Synonyms for bide

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Employers are biding time with the federal subsidy for now as they sort out their long-term retiree medical strategies," Jareb said.
I think several of their players will be on their way in the summer, but for now, they seem to be biding time.
A bunch of yokels from the West Country took the very long journey into Yorkshire and spread egg all over the faces of the club who are biding time among the common herd before they return to the Premiership.
Schultz says the kit helps residents and their loved ones connect at a potentially awkward time and gives loved ones and caregivers constructive things to do together instead of just biding time.
She had been running A Basketful of Wishes, a gift basket business, from her Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, apartment while biding time in a "stagnant" corporate job.
In biding time, the Company has pragmatically aligned itself with (or acquired) third parties.
Bolstered by the support of Independent MLAs and smaller parties, the BJP is biding time to decide on the NCP's unilateral and unconditional outside support on one hand and trying to persuade the Shiv Sena on the other.
Biding Time was one of five finalists in the National Press Club's first fiction contest, in 1993.
It could be that most developers are still biding time for their off-plan launches to reach a certain maturity before they reach out to their target audiences on outdoor.
So, for the unfortunate Biggar, it's a case of biding time and waiting for his chance to come again.
A Band Called Quinn Biding Time (Remix) IF the music industry was fair, Louise Quinn would be as big a star as Annie Lennox or Shirley Manson - her back catalogue has some of the best songs Scotland has produced.