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Definition of the verb abide with
What does abide with mean as a doing phrase?
- to remain or live with someone
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Philologia Anglicana: or, a Philological and synonymical dictionary of the English language; in which the words are deduced from their originals-their sense defined-and the same illustrated and supported by proper examples and notes, critical and explanatory. [“A-Adornment” only.] (1806)
by Benjamin DAWSON (Rector of Burgh, Suffolk.)
upon 11w, BLCJ Or thus : To abide with, near, before, under, in the prefence of, or the like circumllancc, according as the allulion may be. For a long time we flattered omfelves that we had hit upon the precife fenfe of the word, when ...
by W.E Vine, Rev Terry Kulakowski, Editor
1:25, RV, “abide with”; the KJV, “continue,” translating (in some mss.), marks the difference from the preceding . See ABIDE, No. 4. (2) In Rom. 2:7, for KJV, “ patient continuance,” the RV has “patience” (lit., “according to patience”). (3) In Rev.
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