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abide
Used In
Middlemarch
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unspecified meaning
  • I can’t abide to see her reading to herself.
  • "I can’t abide your losing the money you’ve scraped together for Alfred."

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  • By that delightful morning when the hay-ricks at Stone Court were scenting the air quite impartially, as if Mr. Raffles had been a guest worthy of finest incense, Dorothea had again taken up her abode at Lowick Manor.

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as in: abide by her decision Define
to tolerate or put up with something
as in: abide in the forest Define
to live in a place or more rarely: to live with someone or something
as in: an abiding desire to Define
to remain or endure
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