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Definition of the verb Abided
What does Abided mean as a doing word?
- [archaic] [past of abide]
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by Randall Herbert Balmer
If the believer made needs known to God through prayer, Müller believed, no further action would be necessary; God would supply those needs as long as the believer abided by the “faith principles,” which entailed never going into debt and ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Abide, past tense abode, past participle abided. Ablative, ab'.la.ttv not ab.lay'.tlv, a case in grammar, -able (Latin suffix -bilis, preceded by a). Added to adjectives. The " .1 " Is merely a copula. In words derived from the first conjugation the ...
by Oliver Leaman
The accusation that Kogaku scholars showed 'disrespect for the land that fed them' was not entirely justified: many Kogaku thinkers insisted that since Japan abided by the ritual and ethical standards set by the Early Kings more closely than ...
From the Home Front to the Battlefields by Lisa Tendrich Frank
Because the AAF planned on militarizing the WASP program, which would give the female pilots military benefits, the WASP abided by the same rules as male military pilots. In addition, they were bound by rules Cochran assigned. Trainees ...
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Scrabble value of A1B3I1D2E1D2
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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