Abide vs Domiciliate - What's the difference?

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Abide is a related term of domiciliate.


As verbs the difference between abide and domiciliate

is that abide is while domiciliate is to establish a permanent residence.

abide

English

Verb

  • *
  • *:Abide you here with the asse.
  • (label) To stay; to continue in a place; to remain stable or fixed in some state or condition; to be left.
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  • *:Let every man abide in the same calling wherein he was called.
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  • *:Let the damsel abide with us a few days.
  • (label) To endure; to remain; to last.
  • *1998 , Narrator ((Sam Elliot)), The Big Lebowski (film):
  • *:"The Dude abides ."
  • (label) To stand ready for; to await for someone; watch for.
  • *:
  • *:Allas sayd she that euer I sawe yow / but he that suffred vpon the crosse for alle mankynde he be vnto yow good conduyte and saufte / and alle the hole felauship / Ryght soo departed Launcelot / & fond his felauship that abode his comyng / and so they mounted on their horses / and rode thorou the strete of Camelot
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  • *:Bonds and afflictions abide me.
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  • (label) To endure without yielding; to withstand; await defiantly; to encounter; to persevere.
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  • (label) To await submissively; accept without question; submit to.
  • *William Shakespeare, Richard II
  • *:To abide thy kingly doom.
  • (label) To bear patiently; to tolerate; to put up with; stand.
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  • *:She could not abide Master Shallow.
  • (label) To pay for; to stand the consequences of; to answer for; to suffer for; to atone for.
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  • Usage notes

    * (bear patiently) Used in the negative form can't abide is used to indicate strong dislike.

    See also

    * dwell * live * reside * stay

    domiciliate

    English

    Verb

    (en-verb)
  • To establish a permanent residence.
  • To establish a permanent residence for (someone).
  • (figuratively) To settle (oneself) into a mode of thinking or the like.
  • Usage notes

    * The figurative sense is most often used with (himself) or a similar pronoun as its object.