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synonyms for stabilizing

  • beginning
  • building
  • chartering
  • constituting
  • endowing
  • fixing
  • founding
  • implementing
  • initiating
  • instituting
  • organizing
  • originating
  • regulating
  • settling
  • starting
  • subsidizing
  • setting up

antonyms for stabilizing

MOST RELEVANT
  • dissolving
  • ending
  • tearing down
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How to use stabilizing in a sentence

Allen’s ankle was stabilized and he was able to return home after the game, but it appears likely he’s headed for surgery and will miss the rest of the season.
WASHINGTON LOSES KYLE ALLEN TO INJURY, AND ALEX SMITH’S COMEBACK BID VS. GIANTS FALLS SHORTNICKI JHABVALANOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Either way, those restrictions come just as Europe’s labor markets appeared to be at least stabilizing.
AS COVID SPREADS ACROSS EUROPE, A WEARY CONTINENT GOES BACK INTO LOCKDOWNDAVID MEYERNOVEMBER 7, 2020FORTUNE
That would support CNBC’s recent report that some media companies believe the number of pay-TV subscribers will stabilize around 50 million households within the next five years.
DIGITAL PUBLISHERS HUNT FOR HOME ON CONNECTED TVTIM PETERSONNOVEMBER 4, 2020DIGIDAY
That said, Unilever also plans to invest “heavily in marketing to support our brand campaigns” now that many markets have stabilized versus the beginning of the year.
HOW THE WORLD’S BIGGEST ADVERTISERS ARE SPENDING (OR NOT) AS INDUSTRIES ADAPT TO THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMICLARA O'REILLYNOVEMBER 4, 2020DIGIDAY
For the 76ers, who have spent years changing course and cycling through executives, Morey could represent a stabilizing force.
DARYL MOREY IN ADVANCED TALKS TO LEAD 76ERS’ FRONT OFFICEBEN GOLLIVEROCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In “Sugarproof,” we also provide families with simple strategies, meal plans and recipes for reducing sugar and stabilizing blood glucose levels in children.
FEELING SCARED ABOUT HOW YOUR KIDS CAN ENJOY HALLOWEEN THIS YEAR? HAVE NO FEAR – HEALTHY SNACKS ARE HERELGBTQ-EDITOROCTOBER 27, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
The PPE situation has also stabilized, for now at least, with most dentists reporting a two-week supply.
INSIDE AMERICAN DENTISTRY’S IDENTITY CRISISRACHEL SCHALLOMOCTOBER 27, 2020FORTUNE
The 26-millimeter wide-angle lens on that camera gets a 47 percent bigger stabilized sensor as well as larger pixels.
THE IPHONE 12 PRO IS ONCE AGAIN A GREAT POCKET CAMERAJAKOB SCHILLEROCTOBER 21, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
It’s also possible that the spread of an infection will eventually stabilize at a constant level so that it becomes present in communities at all times, possibly at a relatively low, sometimes predictable rate.
COVID-19 MIGHT NOT EVER TRULY GO AWAYBY HANS HEESTERBEEK/THE CONVERSATIONOCTOBER 13, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
The first paramedic to reach a patient can assess the situation, communicate what’s needed to the team, and stabilize the patient.
WATCH A JET SUIT PILOT GLIDE UP A MOUNTAIN IN A TEST FOR WILDERNESS PARAMEDICSJASON DORRIEROCTOBER 11, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
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WORDS RELATED TO STABILIZING

  • beginning
  • building
  • chartering
  • constituting
  • endowing
  • fixing
  • founding
  • implementing
  • initiating
  • instituting
  • organizing
  • originating
  • regulating
  • setting up
  • settling
  • stabilizing
  • starting
  • subsidizing
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.