- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bide.
“That fine, sturdy verb, "bides" – as in "bides cold" – belongs to Old English, of course ( "abidan").”
“Sort of comes across like we might see Boom Tubes pop up "from glen to glen and down the mountainside" (read: freaking everywhere), and Montoya's gotta ride it out on her own for a bit while Charlie "bides" (his time?)”
“I get that the no drama approach, where Obama bides his time and gently nudges forward as various political crises pass, was probably the best hope for passing something as huge as HCR.”
“Jed substitute teaches elementary school to get by while he bides his time.”
“An interrogator who listens carefully, bides his time, and then starts catching the suspect in contradictions, can have a huge effect on the suspect.”
“People familiar with the matter say that there's been relatively little individual coaching of him as the Knicks' staff bides its time until there's more familiarity between the coaches and star.”
“This Freddy is a monster with a purpose, one that bides his time like a shark circling a wounded seal.”
“Graduating from George Mason University with a BS in Information Technology, he bides his time reading, running, being socially active, and watching his cat Aeryn Sun eat because she refuses to do so otherwise.”
“A yellow oak leaf is “not ready” to fall from the tree in autumn and bides its time until early winter, when it finds a scarlet leaf left on the bough and the two agree to leave together.”
“Our hearths were crowded thenbut now it is fittingthat one of them bides cold.”
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