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Correct spelling for ABIDEING
We think the word abideing is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for abideing
- Biting(Definition of biting)
- Abide(Definition of abide)
- Biding(Definition of Biding)
- Abutting(Definition of abutting)
- Bidding(Definition of bidding)
- Abating(Definition of abating)
- Abidingly(Definition of Abidingly)
- Boding(Definition of boding)
- Abiding(Definition of abiding)
The other dogs came after them, biting and tearing at each other even while they were scrambling across the window-sill.
"abide, fair sir," said king arthur, "and tell me wherefore thou makest this sorrow."
On the left, abutting on the south-west angle of the forum, is the basilica, a broad hall used as an extension of the market-place, and containing at the rear the tribunals of justice; while at the opposite, or north-east corner of the forum, is the market proper, the macellum, where the fish were sold.
If it had only been a brawl with the watch it could have been got over easily enough; but this is an affair of high treason - aiding and abetting the king's enemies, and the rest of it.
Love cannot come and go at our bidding.
He might, in pursuit of his own class interest, have rebelled against the toryism of the governing class, without abating any of his own.
Whatever the reason, it is certain that, with all his magnificent gifts and his splendid chances, he did nothing great, and has left no abiding mark in history.
By and by i discovered that their greatest rages and worst language were when certain young gentlemen of the upper classes visited the spot to amuse themselves by baiting the lavanderas.