part of speech: adjective

Sentence from (Felix p ?): ???

Sentence from Merriam-Webster: I have an abiding interest in animal welfare—it's not just a phase I'm going through.

Definition : continuing for a long time : ENDURING

Synonyms: ageless, continuing, dateless, enduring, eternal, everlasting, immortal, imperishable, lasting, ongoing, perennial, perpetual, timeless, undying

Near Antonyms: antiquated, archaic, dated, obsolete, outdated, outmoded, out-of-date, outworn, passé

Other words from abiding: abidingly adverb

My own sentence: The orpit the earth takes around the sun will be abiding even when I'm dead.

My sketch:

First known use: 15th century

History and Etymology: Middle English abydynge, from present participle of abiden "to ABIDE"

  1. Felix, Anthonia. The Unstoppable Ruth Bader Ginsburg. NYC, Sterling Publishing Co., Inc, 2018.