Examples of stasis in a Sentence
The country is in economic stasis.
His art was characterized by bursts of creativity followed by long periods of stasis.
Recent Examples of stasis from the Web
Haynes makes music that gets into a dialogue, plays with rhythmic phrasing, bores down into the timbral possibilities, prizes freedom and spontaneity, but is also ready to be at home both in flight and in stasis.
Swelling around your ankles is usually the first sign of stasis dermatitis, the AAD says.
Translucent creatures, often pulled from Dam’s own otherworldly imaginings, are seemingly caught in stasis inside transparent glass cells, cylinders and cabinets.
Despite the club announcing the biggest change at the club this millennium - bigger than the move to the new stadium, even - Arsenal are still locked in stasis.
But once the smoke from UKIP’s wreckage has cleared, the national picture will be one of stasis.
Which means that significant change will likely be preceded by a crippling stasis.
That kind of stasis would turn the good economic news of President Trump’s first year into a short story.
Discovering blueprints to make better equipment—everything from flashlights and scanners, to stasis rifles and even submarines—is in service of unraveling the greater mystery.
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Origin and Etymology of -stasis
STASIS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stasis for English Language Learners
: a state or condition in which things do not change, move, or progress
medical Definition of stasis
- biliary stasis
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