489 examples of bided in sentences

Could you not have bided quietly till Shalah gave the word?

Then from the south along the mountain crests came another people, a squat and murderous people, who watched us from the ridges and bided their chance.

So bided I alone in the Hollow, day and night, waiting thee, master, and at the last, cometh Sir Fidelisand so all's said and behold thy breakfasta coney, see you, lord, that I snared but yest're'en.

In possession of Cæsar's treasure, Antony, the surviving consul, bided his time.

But he was equal to it, and simply bided his time, drawing off into the wild and rocky regions where he could hide and also protect himself.

After that Sofia was at pains to stir as seldom as possible, and bided her time quietly enough, but never for an instant relaxed her watchfulness or lost heart.

I bided at home the hours of destiny, guarded well mine own, sought not feuds with guile, swore not many an oath unjustly.

But he bided his time; and he would not have been human if he had not now taken secret satisfaction, seeing his father's anxiety daily increase as the August sun grew hotter and hotter, and the grain rattled in the husks waiting to be reaped, while they two, straining their arms to the utmost, and in long days' work, seemed to produce small impression on the great fields.

But he bided his time, and when the Government brought in a Militia Bill, intended to quiet the invasion scare which the appearance of another Napoleon on the throne of France had started, he proposed an amendment which they could not accept, and carried it against them.

But he said nothing, quietly bided the hour of confidence which he felt sure would come sooner or later.

And so I bided a wee.

Aweel, I bided that night and by next day they were murmuring in the town, and their murmurs came to me.

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Bide, bode or bided, biding, bode or bided.

" "I will kill you," replied Moussa Isa, and again bided his time.

He had an eye for themwith a touch of red in it; but he bided his time.

"Why did you not tell me when we met the other day?" "I bided my time, as the tragedians say.

Such orders tied Wayne's hands, for offensive operations offered the only means of ending the war; but he patiently bided his time, and made ready his army against the day when his superiors should allow him to use the weapon he had tempered.

To the general in command they were alive with rifle-power and gun-power and other powers mysterious to us; the sword with which he thrust and feinted and guarded in the ceaseless fencing of trench warfare, while higher authorities than he kept their secrets as he kept his and bided their day.

It was not a muscle capable of development, but an abscess which bided its time either to be extirpated, or to disappear of itself through the working of the germs it contained; he had chosen this ruin as his refuge and he ought to be silent, to be prudent so that his ingratitude should not be flung in his face.

The friends of free press were indignant, but bided their time.

Yet he but bided his time.

Billy saw and bided his time till the small Croesus was alone.

Others stayed at home, bided their time and, when opportunity offered, joined with like-minded fellows in organized underground opposition or open rebellion against the status quo.

It was thought no good could come of this alliance, and that the promoter only bided his time to turn upon his master, against whom it was only natural he should nourish secret vengeance.

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