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stable

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1 marked by the ability to withstand stress without structural damage or distortion

  • the observation tower is stable enough to withstand the strongest winds without collapsing
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3 having full use of one's mind and control over one's actions

  • she made some strange decisions back when she wasn't entirely stable
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4 not undergoing a change in condition

  • a stable economic climate is best for business
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on an even keel (also on even keel)

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lasting, permanent, durable, stable mean enduring for so long as to seem fixed or established. lasting implies a capacity to continue indefinitely.
    • a book that left a lasting impression on me
permanent adds usually the implication of being designed or planned to stand or continue indefinitely.
    • permanent living arrangements
durable implies power to resist destructive agencies.
    • durable fabrics
stable implies lastingness because of resistance to being overturned or displaced.
    • a stable government


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