Definition Of abide
(of a feeling or a memory) continue without fading or being lost.
One memory abides of when, at a very tender age and against the tide, he took up Irish dancing.
accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).
I said I would abide by their decision
be unable to tolerate (someone or something).
if there is one thing I cannot abide it is a lack of discipline
Example Of abide
A central tenet of Shintoism is the concept of kami, spirits that abide in and are worshipped at shrines, representing human beings and things found in nature.
As a result of our tumultuousness, there abides in the American psyche an idea so powerful it ennobles us, and lifts us high above the problems which beset us.
As ever, his arrogance and ignorance grated on everyone who cannot abide him, and left those who adore him in raptures.
As the dreams unfold, we may start to recognize specifics of place, but the sense of Central Park as a lost Arcadia abides .
at least one memory will abide