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Synonyms for stable
ˈsteɪ bəl

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. stable, stalls, horse barn(adj)

    a farm building for housing horses or other livestock

    Synonyms:
    horse barn, stalls

    Antonyms:
    coseismal, tender, tippy, tottering, crank, top-heavy, wonky, changeable, cranky, unstable, seismal, reactive, unbalanced, tipsy, volatile, imbalanced, wobbly, seismic, shaky, changeful, volcanic, coseismic, explosive, rocky, rickety, unsound

  2. stable(adj)

    resistant to change of position or condition

    "a stable ladder"; "a stable peace"; "a stable relationship"; "stable prices"

    Synonyms:
    static, unchanging

    Antonyms:
    tipsy, wonky, coseismic, changeful, crank, tottering, reactive, imbalanced, volatile, explosive, wobbly, rocky, cranky, coseismal, unsound, tippy, seismal, shaky, seismic, changeable, rickety, unstable, volcanic, tender, unbalanced, top-heavy

  3. stable(adj)

    firm and dependable; subject to little fluctuation

    "the economy is stable"

    Synonyms:
    static, unchanging

    Antonyms:
    explosive, coseismal, top-heavy, imbalanced, unstable, volatile, reactive, changeable, unbalanced, volcanic, rickety, tippy, seismic, wonky, cranky, changeful, tottering, seismal, crank, tender, rocky, unsound, coseismic, wobbly, shaky, tipsy

  4. stable(adj)

    not taking part readily in chemical change

    Synonyms:
    static, unchanging

    Antonyms:
    unstable, reactive, tippy, wonky, changeful, seismic, cranky, changeable, top-heavy, tender, wobbly, seismal, unsound, volatile, unbalanced, coseismal, explosive, volcanic, tottering, shaky, rocky, imbalanced, coseismic, tipsy, rickety, crank

  5. stable(adj)

    maintaining equilibrium

    Synonyms:
    static, unchanging

    Antonyms:
    volatile, tipsy, tippy, reactive, shaky, seismal, imbalanced, seismic, volcanic, explosive, tottering, unstable, cranky, top-heavy, crank, unbalanced, changeful, wobbly, wonky, unsound, rocky, rickety, coseismal, changeable, tender, coseismic

  6. static, stable, unchanging(verb)

    showing little if any change

    "a static population"

    Synonyms:
    unchanging, static, motionless, inactive, electrostatic, still

    Antonyms:
    imbalanced, seismal, tipsy, cranky, seismic, tippy, wonky, unstable, coseismic, reactive, rocky, crank, wobbly, shaky, top-heavy, rickety, tottering, unsound, volatile, unbalanced, coseismal, tender, explosive, volcanic, changeful, changeable

  7. stable(verb)

    shelter in a stable

    "stable horses"

    Antonyms:
    changeful, unsound, unbalanced, seismal, tippy, crank, top-heavy, reactive, seismic, changeable, tipsy, cranky, tender, wobbly, shaky, wonky, explosive, coseismal, volatile, tottering, rocky, unstable, imbalanced, rickety, volcanic, coseismic

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. stable

    Durable (Latin durus, hard) is said almost wholly of material substances that resist wear; lasting is said of either material or immaterial things. Permanent is a word of wider meaning; a thing is permanent which is not liable to change; as, a permanent color; buildings upon a farm are called permanent improvements. Enduring is a higher word, applied to that which resists both time and change; as, enduring fame.

    See synonyms for TRANSIENT.

    Synonyms:
    abiding, changeless, constant, durable, enduring, fixed, immutable, invariable, lasting, permanent, perpetual, persistent, steadfast, unchangeable, unchanging

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. stable

    Synonyms:
    firm, established, secure, steady, constant, unwavering, durable, stanch, permanent, firmly fixed, solid, steadfast, steady, lasting, perpetual

    Antonyms:
    infirm, tottering, weak, insecure, precarious, inconstant, wavering, frail, transient, ephemeral, evanescent, unstable

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. stable(a.)

    Synonyms:
    fixed, established, durable, enduring, permanent, immovable, immutable, unalterable, indestructible, unchangeable, invariable

  2. stable(a.)

    Synonyms:
    constant, steady, firm, steadfast, stanch, not fickle, not wavering

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. stable(a)

    Synonyms:
    steady, firm, immovable, unwavering, constant, permanent

  2. stable(n)

    Synonyms:
    barn, mews

    Associated words:
    paddock, equerry

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#24710electrostatic
#27095abiding
#29660stabilizing
#35251steadfast
#39564immutable
#44165motionless
#52249unwavering
#56584unchanging
#60969stabilised
#68818stably
#83727unchangeable
#96232invariable
#172007changeless
#192881stanch

How to use stable in a sentence?

  1. Wang Yu:

    I'm not very pessimistic, the market may go down further this week, but I don't expect to see the kind of rout we saw in the summer. The government needs a stable market in order to resume some basic functions of the market and push for further financial reforms.

  2. Bill Stone:

    The bulk of the increase was in longer term planned redemptions, with some concentrated activity among certain funds, so it is too early to say whether this is a change in recent trends which have been relatively stable despite market volatility.

  3. Deutsche Telekom:

    It's being very well received, our networks are stable and there are no restrictions related to the increased volumes that we are seeing in connection with coronavirus.

  4. Sameer Gadkaree:

    Public universities have a really important role to play in that college degrees are increasingly the path to a stable job with good wages, access to those universities is really important.

  5. David Stover:

    Development of a project of this magnitude, where large investments are to be made over multiple years, requires Israel to provide a stable investment climate, noble Energy has consistently maintained that stability is a minimum condition for project development, and our position has not changed.


Translations for stable

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  • زريبة, حظيرة, ثابت, إسطبلArabic
  • конюшня, стабиленBulgarian
  • kraouiañBreton
  • estableCatalan, Valencian
  • stáj, stabilní, konírna, maštalCzech
  • sefydlogWelsh
  • stalde, stald, stabilDanish
  • Rennstall, stallen, Stall, Pferdestall, stabil, Ochsenstall, KuhstallGerman
  • ευσταθής, στάβλος, σταύλος, σταθερός, σταβλίζωGreek
  • staloEsperanto
  • establo, caballeriza, estableSpanish
  • stabiilneEstonian
  • tasainen, vakaa, talliFinnish
  • établer, stable, étable, écurieFrench
  • diongbháilteIrish
  • stàball, seasmhachScottish Gaelic
  • estábel, estableGalician
  • רפת, יציבHebrew
  • स्थिरHindi
  • ախոռ, գոմArmenian
  • fjós, hesthús, gripahúsIcelandic
  • scuderie, scuderia, stallaItalian
  • 馬小屋, 安定Japanese
  • მტკიცე, მედეგი, მყარიGeorgian
  • stabilis, firmusLatin
  • stal, paardenstal, stabiel, stallenDutch
  • stall, stabil, fjøsNorwegian
  • stabilny, stajniaPolish
  • cavalariça, estábulo, estável, cocheira, estrebariaPortuguese
  • grajd, grajd de cai, stabil, staulRomanian
  • конюшня, хлев, стабильный, стойлоRussian
  • štala, stajnica, стајница, konjušarnica, коњушарница, стаја, staja, штала, volarnicaSerbo-Croatian
  • stabilný, stajňa, maštaľ, koniareňSlovak
  • stall, stabilSwedish
  • imarika, ustawiSwahili
  • స్థిరమైన, గుర్రపు శాల, స్థిరTelugu
  • jevodalecek, jobubalecek, bubalecek, lecek, veteralecek, kunalecek, monitajevodalecek, rönajevodalecek, toralecekVolapük

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