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abide (uh BIGHD) (verb), abides; abided; abiding
1. To accept and to put up with or to tolerate: Bret can't abide loud noises because they hurt his ears.
2. To linger, to stay, or to hang around: When Helen was at the hospital, she asked Micah to abide with her for just a little while longer.
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abiding (uh BIGHD ing) (adjective), more abiding, most abiding
A reference to that which is enduring, unchanging, or lasting: Abraham Lincoln is said to have had an abiding faith in the Union of the States.
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