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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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7THE 7 THE super-intelligent Belgian crime expert is usually accompanied on cases by his long-suffering friend Captain Hastings and ably aided by his formidable personal secretary Miss Lemon | Peter Ustinov played Poirot on several occasions | Peter Ustinov played Poirot on several occasions 1Poirot 1 POIROT can't abide being or feeling untidy.
try of ibl What I really can't abide is being told: "Do as I say, not as I do.
But I just can't abide those who whistle while just going about their regular business.
If Sutter can't abide by this neutral, third-party proposal, our members are prepared to strike on September 13.
But you could barely get a more inappropriate knight: he can't be doing with all these maidens that need rescuing and can't abide all the snooty princesses with their golden hair.
In their drive for a tobacco-free world they can't abide the fact that the British public does not support a total smoking ban.
It's certain to trigger heated complaints from fanboys who can't abide changes from the ``Hellblazer'' comic books' mythos.
Can't Abide Profiting on Death by "Peasant" Life Insurance.
does not shy away from identifying the structural barriers to their social advancement, even quoting a bigoted woman who can't abide hearing recorded messages in Spanish.
Since smaller companies often don't have alcohol policies in place, they attract people who can't abide by such rules.
It's possible, of course, that teaching hospitals would claim they can't abide by the rules without more money.
Sheba's shaken up my old routine -- a 30-minute jog around the high-school track -- since she can't abide merely running in circles and refuses to wait patiently for me while I do.
But Schiavo, like Ralph Nader, just can't abide this kind of analysis.
He believes public health officials should take into account the fact that some people can't abide the taste of certain foods.
However, we can't abide their attempt to make up their lost revenue on the backs of Time Warner Cable customers.