Abode [noun]

Definition of Abode:

building or place where one resides

Synonyms of Abode:

Opposite/Antonyms of Abode:

Office

Annex

Sentence/Example of Abode:

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.

Since the galaxy is home to more than 200 billion stars, age, metal content and habitability limits still leave billions of possible CETI abodes.

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.

It is the earnest wish of (swelling his chest) my future wife and myself that she should take up her abode with us.