|hike out, not participate in, stay until end of||sit out|
|(Catholic) participate in a concelebration (practice of several priests saying Mass together), officiate jointly at Christian Mass||concelebrate|
|(History) Muslims payed a tax in order to stay in Spain (11th-15th century)||Mudejar|
|(new zealand) hike in bush, cover distance on foot, crush something underfoot, heavy step, live as vagrant, long journey on foot, metal plate on boot, offensive term, part of spade for foot, sound of feet, tramp steamer, tread heavily, walk, trek; begg...||tramp|
|ability to stay calm in crisis||presence of mind|
|accept something, buy stock in company, pay to participate in something||buy into|
|accommodation for the poor, place for indigent people to stay at public expense||poorhouse|
|accommodation, place to live; place where people stay for a short period of time, sleeping accommodation, rented room||lodging|
|accompany or stay with, agree with, deceive over a long time||string along|
|act of hovering, be flying in one spot, be in an unstable condition, be undecided, float in the air, hang suspended in the air, float on air; linger in an area; waver, vacillate, stay around the same level, wait near somebody or something||hover|
|act of sojourning, act of dwelling in a place for a relatively brief period of time, temporary stay||sojournment|
|agree to participate, enlist||sign up|
|approach destination, arrive, become fashionable, become higher, begin speaking, enter, finish in a particular position, participate, prove, substitute||come in|
|ask to participate, invitation, provoke, request, request the presence of; solicit, politely request; attract; encourage, promote||invite|
|athletic team player that consistently does not or is not allowed to participate in athletic events||bench warmer|
|attend celebratory meal, banquet, huge meal, exceptionally delicious meal; something unusually pleasurable; holiday, religious festival, eat plentifully; host a banquet; participate in banquet, enjoy eating, large meal, provide feast for, religious cel...||feast|
|attend without taking part, occupy building as protest, stay-in strike; invade a building, temporarily replace somebody||sit in|
|avoid, stay away from, abstain from, deliberately avoid somebody, interj. avoid, eschew||shun|
|await something, dwell, stay; live, dwell; continue; tolerate, put up with; wait; comply, submit, obey, conform, tolerate something, withstand something||abide|
|bag carried on the back, knapsack; camping pack, carry something on the back, equipment carried on the back, hike with a backpack, hike with backpack, rucksack||backpack|
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