bide

(redirected from byde)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for bide

to continue to be in a place

to stop temporarily and remain, as if reluctant to leave

Synonyms for bide

References in periodicals archive ?
Mr Byde estimates the group will miss the 2015 target, instead reaching [euro]1.5bn (PS1.2bn).
No lenger I maye A byde; by this daye Horestes now doth rew.
(ZDE800) GLOBAL SHIPPING & LOGISTICS - ROBIN BYDE - HSBC.
Byde a stounde, wait a while, was Chaucer's advice to the poet.
Robin Byde takes National Express (712p) on the grounds that worries about railway disruption should prove excessive.
He durst not enter into th'open green For dread of them unwares to be descryde, For breaking their daunce, if he were scene; But in the covert of the wood did byde, Beholding all, yet of them unspyde.
Powel The deuil of hel be thy gyde Thou dust euer braule and chyde Against my sorte and dust not byde
In the second passage, the dominant end-rhyme words on -ent gain particular phonetic force from the rhyming/alliterating mates in four of the lines - byde .
John Byde, 75, of Dinorwig, near Llanberis, said services between his village, Llanberis, Bangor and Caernarfon have been reduced.
Analyst Robin Byde at Cantor Fitzgerald said: "Ryanair is a major player in many of the markets and airports it flies to.
Robin Byde, analyst at Cantor Fitzgerald, has retained his sell rating on the stock despite the group continuing to outperform the sector.
The strong numbers are evidence that Ryanair's shift in strategy to improve customer service and focus on more primary airports is working, Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Robin Byde said in a note.
Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Robin Byde said: "In our view, the company faces a considerable volume and pricing challenge in parcels in the next 18 months.
Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Robin Byde said a slowdown in full-year earnings growth to around 13% looked likely, with big gains from allocated seating, aggressive roll-out on Italy and France and its cost cutting plan likely to have already taken place.