stabilized[ stey-buh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF stabilized
Synonyms for stabilized
- firm up
Antonyms for stabilized
- let down
- let go
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STABILIZED
With writing, the experience is stabilized and a promise for method is established.
With language, feelings are given a means for externalizing, and they are stabilized.
The population of the United States was stabilized at forty-million souls.
Even if it succeeded it would be years before the country would be stabilized.
The lamps are stabilized by resistance and inductance coils.
Preston guided the ship into an ever-narrowing orbit, which he stabilized about a hundred miles over the surface of Ganymede.
Eventually, long before they really develop a stabilized ethic, someone's going to collate that whole mess.
They frequented polygons having low centers adjacent to stabilized lakes.
Alphabetic writing, although more simple and stabilized, is really more difficult than ideographic writing.
As stored testimony to similar practical experiences, language, stabilized in literacy, became a medium for averaging them.
1861, originally of ships; probably a back-formation from stability. Related: Stabilized; stabilizing.