Definition of Abidance in English :

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Abidance

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1. abidance, compliance, conformation, conformity

acting according to certain accepted standards

Example Sentences:
'their financial statements are in conformity with generally accepted accounting practices'

2. abidance, residence, residency

the act of dwelling in a place

3. abidance

the act of abiding (enduring without yielding)

Based on WordNet 3.0, Princeton University


Abidance

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verbWord forms: abides, abiding, abode or abided
1. (transitive)
to tolerate; put up with
2. (transitive)
to accept or submit to; suffer
to abide the court's decision
3. (intransitive; foll by by)
a. 
to comply (with)
to abide by the decision
b. 
to remain faithful (to)
to abide by your promise
4. (intransitive)
to remain or continue
5. (intransitive) archaic
to dwell
6. (transitive) archaic
to await in expectation
7. (transitive) archaic
to withstand or sustain; endure
to abide the onslaught

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Abidance

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verb intransitiveWord forms: aˈbode (əˈboʊd ; əbōdˈ) or aˈbided, aˈbiding
1. 
to stand fast; remain; go on being
2.  Archaic
to stay; reside (in or at)
verb transitive
3. 
to await
4. 
to submit to; put up with

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Abidance

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n.
1. The act or condition of abiding; continuance.
2. Adherence; compliance: abidance by parliamentary procedure.

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