Noun(1) any address at which you dwell more than temporarily(2) housing that someone is living in
Verb(1) dwell(2) put up with something or somebody unpleasant
(1) Another group of about 1,000 protesters said they were fighting for the right of abode for their mainland relatives.(2) a place of abode(3) What function do borders have in a global democracy, and what entitles people to a right of abode ?(4) The 43-year-old, who has battled drink problems, gave his address as no fixed abode at his appearance at Manchester City Magistrates Court on Tuesday.(5) Although the couple are lawfully resident in Switzerland, they do not have a permanent right of abode .(6) The pictures of our abode , the Eco House, could have come from a glossy interiors mag or a coffee table tome, even though I say so myself.(7) This points to a worldly, finite, lived morality - to an ethos in its sense of abode and dwelling place - and away from the abstract and systematic utilitarianism so common in Australia.(8) The humble abode which Nelson Mandela occupied when he first came to Joburg during the early 1940s is to be transformed into a heritage attraction site.(9) He writes of Eudoxus as a student in Athens: - so poor was he that he took up his abode at the Piraeus and trudged to Athens and back on foot each day.(10) It felt like a five-star hotel in comparison to my current abode .(11) The lawmaking body passed a resolution requesting that the Executive Yuan locate an appropriate abode from state-owned houses for the vice president within a year.(12) She then tightly attaches to one's wrist a plastic bangle of the sort that it is put on to the wrists of the inmates of mentally challenged places of abode .(13) Recently divorced, Foster is now house-hunting with her teenage daughter and appears to be seeking a hotel rather than a humble abode .(14) They may not have the time or inclination to turn their abode into a show home, but they can afford to pay someone who does.(15) Stranded in a tiny village without amenities, he eagerly accepts an offer of shelter in a local abode .(16) The independent senator said a lot of the crime in the society was being committed by people of no fixed place of abode .
(1) abide :: bly
1. home ::
2. habitation ::
3. residence ::
4. comply with ::
5. tolerate ::
6. continue ::
7. endure ::
8. bide ::
Different Formsabode, abodes
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