Definition of abode
Examples of abode in a Sentence
welcome to my humble abode
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From Park Avenue penthouses to midcentury-modern abodes nestled in the Hollywood Hills, man’s best friend can be a stylish home’s most valuable asset.
Rustic, shoebox- size abodes start at $25, while $68 buys larger digs designed for such species as Western screech owls.
Browse on to see the rest of Curry's stunning California abode.
The four bedroom, four-and-a-half bath abode, known as Penthouse F, is on the top floor of the 19-floor building.
But Bran Castle, also located in Romania, is likely a better match for the looming Transylvanian abode described in Stoker’s book.
The 5,230-square-foot beach abode is situated on a lushly landscaped half-acre lot.
Once that formality is dispatched with, Paul invites Will and his family to share his abode in exchange for food, of which Will's clan has an abundance, including chickens and goats.
The show sports another fine set by Mark Lund of a musty country abode.
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Origin and Etymology of abode
Middle English abade, abode, from bade, bode “stay, delay” (going back to Old English bād “expectation, period of waiting,” probably going back to Germanic *baiđ-, noun derivative from the base of *bīđ- “wait, bide”) crossed with abiden “to abide”
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
ABODE Defined for Kids
Definition of abode for Students
: the place where someone stays or lives
past and past part of abide
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