Synonyms of abide in English:

abide


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verb

1‘he cannot abide lies’

SYNONYMS
tolerate, bear, stand, put up with, endure, suffer, accept, cope with, live with, brook, support, take, countenance, face, handle
informal stick, swallow, stomach, hack, wear

2‘at least one memory will abide’

SYNONYMS
continue, remain, survive, last, persist, stay, hold on, live on
ANTONYMS

fade, disappear


Phrases

    abide by

    ‘he expected everybody to abide by the rules’


    SYNONYMS
    comply with, obey, observe, follow, keep to, hold to, conform to, adhere to, stick to, stand by, act in accordance with, uphold, heed, pay attention to, agree to, agree with, consent to, accede to, accept, acquiesce in, go along with, acknowledge, respect, defer to
    ANTONYMS

    flout, reject