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He was feeling more stable and had cut back—at least temporarily—on his drinking.

Moderna said on Monday that new stability data showed its vaccine is stable at refrigerator temperatures for 30 days, much longer than a previously estimated seven days.

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Compared to influenza viruses, coronaviruses are more stable and less likely to evolve in response to pre-existing immunity.

Rubin said a person’s “bank” of risk should be even lower in winter because respiratory viruses like the coronavirus are more stable in dry, colder air.

Part of what made the mass distribution of smallpox vaccine possible is that it was heat stable, meaning that it did not need to be refrigerated.

And so we seem to be caught in what Bryan Caplan terms “a stably wasteful equilibrium”.

The assumption of a stably uniform environment (even the hankering for one) expresses a fiction due to attachment to old habits.

Aurora often wondered what would become of Miss Stably when she departed this life, and left her knitting behind her.

No one stably or sincerely uses the more critical notion, of a group of sense-qualities united by a law.

The king promised on his word to abide firmly and stably by what they should decree.

Indeed it could not have been stably solved without certain assurances from them.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stably, such as: rigidly, securely, solidly, soundly, strongly, and thoroughly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.