What are the antonyms for ABIDE?
- change, get out, proscribe, waver, flee, convert, shift, commute, bolt, depart, abscond, push off, enjoin, grow, modify, hesitate, fly, oscillate, bugger off, metamorphose, veer, clear out, take off, forbid, cut out, oppugn, outlaw, vacillate, transfigure, dig out, qualify, push on, exchange, pull out, vamoose, oppose, get off, swerve, fluctuate, BUG OFF, Begone, come, bail out, transmute, scarper, undulate, prohibit, transform, clear off, diversify, bug out, become, skedaddle, go off, alter, bail, walk out, vary, substitute.
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Usage Examples for ABIDE
- And shall abide by it - "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France" by Stanley J. Weyman
- I am still prepared to abide by it for I should be very glad to repair my son's wrong doing - "San-Cravate; or, The Messengers; Little Streams" by Charles Paul de Kock
- In return he might ask a little room where he might abide to have their fellowship and at times withdraw him from the world - "French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France" by Marie de France
- I can't abide girls who think they are so grand and are always ordering other people about - "The Eagle's Nest" by S. E. Cartwright
- And when they heard his name the two knights were right glad that they had met Sir Tristram for his deeds were known through all the land and they prayed him to abide in their company - "The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights" by James Knowles