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Abhorrence
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Abhorrence: Extreme hatred or detestation the feeling of utter dislike.
Abhorrent
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Abhorrent: Abhorring detesting having or showing abhorrence loathing Hence, strongly opposed to 6. as, abhorrent thoughts.The persons most abhorrent from blood and treas
Abhorring
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Abhorring: Detestation. Milton. Object of abhorrence. Isa. lxvi. 2
Abib
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Abib: The first month of the Jewish ecclesiastical year,corresponding nearly to our April. After the Babylonish captivitythis month was called Nisan. Kitto.
Abidal
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Abidal: Family name Eric Abidal (born 1979), French soccer player from Lyon
Abidance
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Abidance: The state of abiding abode continuance compliance (with).The Christians had no longer abidance in the holy hill of Palestine.Fuller.A judicious abidance by rule
Abidance by rules
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Abidance by rules: Obedience to law act of abiding by regulations
Abide
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Abide: To wait for to be prepared for to await to watch for as, Iabide my time. "I will abide the coming of my lord." Tennyson.Note: [[Obs.], with a personal object.Bonds
Abider
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Abider: One who abides, or continues. [Obs.] "Speedy goers and strongabiders." Sidney. One who dwells a resident. Speed.
Abideth
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Abideth: Stay live, dwell continue tolerate, put up with wait 6. comply, submit, obey, conform
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