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Usage examples for abiding

  1. The short cuts to fame are few and not abiding. – A Fleece of Gold Five Lessons from the Fable of Jason and the Golden Fleece by Charles Stewart Given
  2. It is only the history of free nations or the free play of spiritual forces that is of abiding human interest, and the history of Germany is neither the history of a free people nor the conflict of spiritual forces. – German Problems and Personalities by Charles Sarolea
  3. They have an abiding faith that they will take up the other form of life exactly where they left it off here. – The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit by Ralph Waldo Trine
  4. A feeling of deep resentment was their abiding result. – The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson
  5. The point was that, however that might be, I had had given me there in the firelight an absolutely abiding measure. – Notes of a Son and Brother by Henry James
  6. Such, then, is the abiding need of religion in a scientific age. – Christianity and Progress by Harry Emerson Fosdick
  7. This brought me to the abiding- place of Paul the Apostle. – The Beetle A Mystery by Richard Marsh
  8. The present alliance had its roots in more abiding needs. – The Development of the European Nations, 1870-1914 (5th ed.) by John Holland Rose
  9. I was mad clean through, but I'm law- abiding, generally speaking. – Cape Cod Stories The Old Home House by Joseph C. Lincoln
  10. That, at least, is the abiding belief of Mr. Sims. – The Hohenzollerns in America With the Bolsheviks in Berlin and other impossibilities by Stephen Leacock
  11. If she could not give him passion, she could give him that which was infinitely greater- a deep, abiding love, a devotion born of complete sympathy. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell
  12. No man ever did his work more effectually at the moment; no man ever left his work behind him as more truly an abiding possession for all time. – The World's Greatest Books, Vol XI. by Edited by Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton
  13. Could there be abiding in the wood a consciousness which counted that roll? – The Indian Drum by William MacHarg Edwin Balmer
  14. It is the abiding fear and hatred of the movement that seeks to place the native on a level with the white man. – London to Ladysmith via Pretoria by Winston Spencer Churchill
  15. From infancy we are taught to be peaceful, law- abiding citizens. – Personality in Literature by Rolfe Arnold Scott-James
  16. The Daily Telegraph, for instance began, " There will be little difference among our readers or among all truly English and law- abiding men touching the, etc. – The Ball and The Cross by G.K. Chesterton
  17. He had for his fellow- men that deep and abiding love which enables one to let other people alone. – A Spinner in the Sun by Myrtle Reed
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