Meaning of abidance in English:

abidance

Pronunciation /əˈbʌɪd(ə)ns/

noun

See abide

‘What are you comparing, the laxity in enforcement or the law abidance?’
  • ‘The purpose is to promote freedom of expression, which is complemented by its abidance to uncompromising discipline.’
  • ‘When the circumstances giving rise to the duress subside, they must return to law abidance as soon as reasonably practicable.’
  • ‘By Monday, well before the deadline for abidance, their first flank capitulated.’
  • ‘This degree of strict abidance may be variable between different groups, but those at the helm of the grassroots movements take it seriously.’