Idioms about bide
Origin of bide
OTHER WORDS FROM bidebider, noun
How to use bide in a sentence
After that, Jones bided her time until the right (big) roles came along.
Force had never lost control, it had only bided its time long enough for people like me to believe otherwise.An American in Cairo to Work on His Graphic Novel Tries to Understand the Story of the Revolution|Michael Ide|November 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So Rice decamped to Turtle Bay, where she bided her time until Jones retired at the NSC.
Can anyone think of an example when a regime bided its time waiting until the right moment to attack?
This arrangement was not to Gwynne's taste, but he had developed subtlety in such matters and bided his time.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
There was none to take their place here, while the old king bided in Exeter or in Cornwall, and never came to Norton at all now.
And here we have bided ever since, and are happy in home and friends and work, for all seems to have gone well with us.
The answer he received was far from satisfactory, but he bided his time to make his dissatisfaction felt.Ocean to Ocean on Horseback|Willard Glazier
I didna ken the auld man was fair ill or he micht hae bided at the fairm an' tak'n 'is ain time to dee at 'is ease.Greyfriars Bobby|Eleanor Atkinson