Remain overnight, as in We hadn't planned to stay over but the bad weather changed our plans. [Late 1800s]
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reside, abide, hover, linger, stop, live, continue, endure, stand, persist, last, prevail, survive, wait, perch, house, accommodate, rent, hostel, squat
- stay out,
- stay put,
- stay stitching,
- stay the course,
- stay with,
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