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Synonyms for abide

Synonyms for abide

to continue to be in a place

to stop temporarily and remain, as if reluctant to leave

to be in existence or in a certain state for an indefinitely long time

to have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period

abide by: to act in conformity with

Synonyms for abide

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The funny thing is that, no matter what the registration number and how "cool" people think it is, I cannot abide it when numbers, letters and fonts are tinkered with to make a word.
The American ruling class cannot abide any interference with its imperialist operations.
The new pipeline does not cancel the old one, which cannot abide by the increasing production capacity.
As the national organization established by Lutheran churches in the United States to serve uprooted people, we cannot abide the U.
30) in people who cannot abide those drugs' side effects, particularly muscle pain.
Trader organizations said they cannot abide by the orders regarding pulling their shops' shutters down at 5pm, demanding the government to revisit this order.
It is why I cannot abide being in all-male company.
The Express Tribune said Pakistan has a way of inserting itself into traps that it cannot abide for long.
NNA - 14/02/2012 Lebanon's policy of disassociation aims at self-preservation, as the country cannot abide by Arab League resolutions, according to Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour who addressed reporters shortly after a visit to MP Michel Aoun in Rabiyeh on Tuesday.
Marvin Weinbaum, an Afghanistan expert at the Middle East Institute in Washington, said that in the short term, civil war looks less likely because Karzai is unlikely to strike a deal with the Taliban that his northern backers cannot abide.
Protesting is a protected right in Bahrain, but we cannot abide threats to candidates' personal safety.
The year is 2039 and America is under the control of the all-powerful Tekken Corporation, which cannot abide dissent.
Mr Fisher is typical of the conceited apologists for global warming who cannot abide anyone who may express, either soberly or in jest, an alternative view to their own.
Let us help give him the tools to combat this crisis, because we cannot abide this preventable daily loss of human life.
But any civilised society cannot abide by the saying: "If you live by the sword you die by it.