- a place in which a person resides; residence; dwelling; habitation; home.
- an extended stay in a place; sojourn.
building or place where one resides
- When it comes to feeling proud of your abode and peaceful at home, a well-manicured yard can make all the difference.
- Yet many oceanographers failed to recognize that the ocean is also an “abode of life.”
- This year, we fashioned abodes shingled with salami, sided with breadsticks and decorated with almonds.
- It’s full of the little insights you probably aren’t thinking of when you dream of living in a cabin, RV or other alternative abode.
- These are simple and elegant, and would look great in a bathroom or as a living room throw in a seaside abode.
- Andrew Borden, his two daughters, Lizzie and Emma, and his wife, Abby, lived in the stately abode at 92 Second Street.
- When the headlights of the car in which Kumar travels lights up one such abode he feels immediately guilty.
- The Sultan of Brunei will not have a quasi-Islamist rebellion within the Abode of Peace.
- “That is not their real house,” Andrew says of a Kardashian abode.
- Death and the awful abode of lost souls, whither my weakness long ago had sent him, had changed him for every other eye but mine.
- To this address he betook himself on the morning of his arrival, but found that his friend had changed his abode.
- The duty of a husband to provide a home implies his right to select and fix the marital abode.
- Yes, dark cellars seem to be a favourite abode of these common ghosts.
- And she still held the young man captive by means of the allurements of her crystal abode.
- If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him.