Example sentences for: abiding

How can you use “abiding” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Otherwise you will not get a good table or will have crumbs brushed into your laptop, even though, strictly speaking, you are abiding by the rules.

  • In an editorial, the paper said: "Hot air, floods, blood, death and abuse--these are the abiding images of Election '99.

  • The South China Morning Post of Hong Kong said, in contrast to reports elsewhere that the United States had already rejected the South Korean government's request for an early release of some of its expected international bailout funds, that President Clinton had told President Kim Young Sam that he personally supported the request because he believed that South Korea was abiding by the demands for government-spending cuts and other financial reforms made by the International Monetary Fund.

  • Bettelheim had no overarching theory, but he had an abiding preoccupation: authority and the ambivalence it inspires.

  • Surowiecki points out the shaky rationale for this particular strike but does not end there, reminding us that the control we have over our workplaces and the responsive nature of American management (in abiding by the bulk of these rules or by factoring labor unrest into their long-term calculations) can be directly attributed to the efforts of the American labor movement (regardless of whether or not one-trick pony Ronald Radosh wishes to brand them all as subversives).


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