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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of abide by.
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I abode by the tomb a day and a night, then went my way; and this is all I know of Otbah.
(Matthew 25: 40-45), and as a perpetual reminder of their humility -- found shelter in a deserted hut at Rivo Torto in the plain below the city, but were forced to abandon this poor abode by a rough peasant who drove in his ass upon them.
A hedgehog once too up his abode by the side of a date-palm, whereon roosted a wood-pigeon and his wife that had built their next there and lived a life of ease and enjoyment.
I abode by their tomb three days, after which I departed and continued to pay frequent pious visits140 to the place for two years.