Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abide.(verb)
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Use "abides" in a sentence
"His word abides with us, and His first gift to the Church after He rose was the Holy Ghost, who came to lead men to all truth."
"Wrath again implies that the bile endures, that is to say, that the memory of the wrong abides: and indeed the Greek word for it, menis is derived from menein, and means what abides and is transferred to memory."
"Thoughts, of themselves, are perpetually slipping out of the field of immediate mental vision; but the name abides with us, and the utterance of it restores them in a moment."