Second-person singular present simple form of remain (verb)
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Use "remainest" in a sentence
"Be assured, that while thou remainest with us, there is no point of dignity which shall not be willingly paid to thee. —"
"The words in English are: Blessed art thou, O Virgin Mary, who didst bear the Creator of all things: thou didst bring forth Him Who made thee, and remainest forever a virgin."
"What while thou remainest amongst us, we fear not oppression neither dread upright, nor can any take long-handed advantage of our weakness! and indeed it is said, ‘The greatest good of a people is a just King and their greatest ill an unjust King’; and again, ‘Better dwell with rending lions than with a tyrannous Sultan.’"