the act or state of abiding.
conformity; compliance (usually followed by by): strict abidance by the rules.
Origin of abidance
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Contemporary Examples of abidance
Dixon was legally bound to not report the assaults at the victims' requests, in abidance with physician-patient privilege.From Hero to Homeless: Tara Dixon’s Story
July 4, 2013
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