Examples of abiding in a Sentence
I have an abiding interest in animal welfare—it's not just a phase I'm going through.
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Writing for the progressive Catholic magazine Commonweal, Patrick Baumann notes the abiding popularity among Catholics of the 1945 novel Brideshead Revisited, by Evelyn Waugh.
During the eulogies, speakers remembered Barbara Bush for her abiding humor, sternness, and faith.
His appreciation of New Orleans is informed by a deep and abiding respect for the elders who came before him.
With all its abiding flaws, liberalism offered a way out for those who didn’t conform to the demands of the clan.
Even babies too young to talk with tune in, in a deep and abiding way, when they are held and read to.
That’s the deep and abiding issue and disconnect — that there is nothing to say.
Their abiding emotion, however, was perhaps one of confusion.
Libertarians, in general, strongly believe that conviction for federal crimes should require establishment of mens rea unless the law otherwise specifies is a big and abiding deal for libertarians generally.
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