abide

Pronunciation:  US [əˈbaɪd] UK [əˈbaɪd]
  • v.Tolerance; wait; stay; residence
  • WebCompliance with stick
bail bail out bug out buzz (off) clear off clear out cut out depart exit get off go go off leave move pack (up off peel off pike (out off pull out push off push on quit shove (off) take off vamoose walk out
1stay dwell hang around remain stick around tarry
v.
1.
an old word meaning  to stay or live somewhere” 

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