Abide in a Sentence

Definition of Abide

tolerate an unpleasant thing or person; endure

Use Abide in a sentence

I find it difficult to abide the narrow-minded attitude of a prejudiced person.

Although my daughter hates the school dress code, she knows she must abide by it.

The students must abide by the classroom rules or else suffer the consequences.

Because Jack had a migraine, he was not sure he could abide the talkative old man during the twelve-hour flight.

If a doctor does not abide by the laws of his profession, he may lose the right to practice medicine.

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