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abide
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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1  —1 use as in:
abide in the forest
Definition
to live in a place

or more rarely:  to live with someone or something
  • I preferred to think that the rooms we searched were more haphazard and less revealing than Owen imagined—after all, they were supposed to be the monastic cells of transient scholars; they were something between a nest and a hotel room, they were not natural abodes, and what we found there was a random disorder and a depressing sameness.
    p. 161.2

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  • Mr. and Mrs. Meany didn't make any rules for Owen, at all; Owen was content to abide by the rules Dan and Grandmother made for me.
    p. 347.7

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