[ uh-bahy-ding ]
/ əˈbaɪ dɪŋ /
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continuing without change; enduring; steadfast: an abiding faith.
OTHER WORDS FOR abiding
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OTHER WORDS FROM abiding
a·bid·ing·ly, adverba·bid·ing·ness, nounnon·a·bid·ing, adjectivenon·a·bid·ing·ly, adverb
non·a·bid·ing·ness, nounun·a·bid·ing, adjectiveun·a·bid·ing·ly, adverbun·a·bid·ing·ness, noun
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How to use abiding in a sentence
I do have a deep and abiding faith in our capacity for resilience.Dan Rather: Propaganda and injustice are a ‘very potent, toxic mix’|Joe Heim|November 23, 2020|Washington Post
What when the people are rigid and unyielding, and their surroundings fluent and unabiding?A Tramp's Notebook|Morley Roberts
British Dictionary definitions for abiding
/ (əˈbaɪdɪŋ) /
permanent; enduringan abiding belief
Derived forms of abidingabidingly, adverb
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