He did but bide his time.
Like any good mystery novel detective, he'd bide his time.
She had only to bide her time while Mary made straight her successor's path by uprooting whatever affection the English people had for the Catholic faith, Roman jurisdiction and Spanish control.
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It seems more likely that fans who want to see Mackenzie Rosman in an upcoming Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition will have to bide their time.
They were both in work, and if plaintiff would only bide her time some other young fellow would come along and marry her.
bide plain terms, if thou hast anything to say to me, send me away quickly; this is no biding place.
bide a wee and enjoy.
bide awa, let them get on wi't.
It was almost certainly planned, but it does not bide well.
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bide ye a bit; the good time cometh.
bide time counting every free-falling moon.
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