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synonyms for stabile

  • consistent
  • continual
  • nonstop
  • perpetual
  • regular
  • stable
  • steady
  • unbroken
  • uninterrupted
  • even
  • firm
  • invariable
  • monochrome
  • permanent
  • uniform
  • connected
  • equable
  • habitual
  • homogeneous
  • immutable
  • like the Rock of Gibralter
  • monophonic
  • monotonous
  • of a piece
  • regularized
  • solid as rock
  • standardized
  • steadfast
  • together
  • unalterable
  • unchanging
  • unflappable
  • unfluctuating
  • unvarying
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antonyms for stabile

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  • broken
  • discontinuous
  • imbalanced
  • inconsistent
  • inconstant
  • infrequent
  • intermittent
  • interrupted
  • irregular
  • temporary
  • unfixed
  • unstable
  • unsteady
  • wobbly
  • changeable
  • changing
  • different
  • concluding
  • disloyal
  • ending
  • fickle
  • flagging
  • fluctuating
  • stopping
  • terminable
  • terminating
  • undecided
  • undetermined
  • untrue
  • untrustworthy
  • varying
  • wavering
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      How to use stabile in a sentence

      Erat nempe Flandria totius prope orbis stabile mercatoribus emporium.
      VIEW OF THE STATE OF EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES, VOL. 3 (OF 3)HENRY HALLAM
      Tu populi tocius firmamentum, tu pacis et libertatis mee basis et stabile, deo aspirante, fundamentum.
      BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
      Alieno in loco haud stabile regnum est—Sovereignty 25 over a foreign land is insecure.
      DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS FROM ANCIENT AND MODERN, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN SOURCESJAMES WOOD
      An expression that indicates a Latin original—“judicium firmum et stabile remanebit in perpetuum absque ulla appellatione.”
      IRON MAKING IN THE OLDEN TIMESH. G. NICHOLLS
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