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abiding

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabidinga‧bid‧ing /əˈbaɪdɪŋ/ adjective [only before noun] written  LONG TIMEan abiding feeling or belief continues for a long time and is not likely to change syn lasting Phil has a deep and abiding love for his family.
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abidingShe had a basic and abiding belief in democratic systems.an abiding belief in the power of justiceWhy should law abiding citizens pay extra?The internal security of his country was the President's other abiding concern.As a boy he had had an abiding curiosity about how things worked.All thoroughly unlawful but there is a limit to public patience when the law- abiding feel they are not protected by officialdom.And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night.His father had an abiding interest in nature.His other abiding memory is a harrowing one.But her abiding passions were medieval history and archaeology which she continued to study all her life.This leaves no doubt as to the universal and abiding significance of the Kingdom concept.It is guiding principle, abiding truth.
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