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
Since poor blood flow usually happens in your lower legs, this is where stasis dermatitis most often crops up, the AAD says.
Why the sudden explosion in hardware after years of chip maker stasis?
Crime is utterly unheard of, so when a violent criminal named Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes) escapes after being brought out of cryogenic stasis, the authorities have no idea what to do.
Other metrics, like the number of employers in the past year, are also either stable, or show a trend toward stasis.
Moving on from aging stars is never easy, and there was the potential for Ronaldo, with his vast wages, effectively to keep the club in stasis.
The uncertainty over the manager's future has sent the club into a kind of stasis, with no players coming in or going out while the manager's position at the club remains unclear.
Gevers argued that the stasis hadn’t been his fault.
The demo showed the game's apparent protagonist (played by Norman Reedus) traversing vast landscapes in some kind of protective suit, with a baby in stasis on his back.
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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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