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Remain in one's mind or memory, as in That song has stayed with me all these years. [Late 1500s]
Keep up with; also, concentrate on, continue with. For example, The runner from Kenya stayed with Mark almost to the finish line, or She has an amazing talent for staying with a problem. [Late 1800s] Also see stick with.
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Words nearby stay with
stay put, stays, staysail, stay stitching, stay the course, stay with, S.T.B., stbd., St. Bernard, St. Brieuc, St.-Bruno-de-Montarville
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