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Stabile   /stˈeɪbɪl/   Listen
Stabile

adjective
1.
(chemistry, physics, biology) resistant to change.
2.
Not able or intended to be moved.  Synonyms: immovable, immoveable, unmovable.






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"Stabile" Quotes from Famous Books



... expression that indicates a Latin original—"judicium firmum et stabile remanebit in perpetuum absque ulla appellatione." No appeal or "calling" lies further. This appeal to successive inquests is remarkable. It resembles the process of reversing a verdict of twelve jurors by a verdict of twenty-four by the old writ ...
— Iron Making in the Olden Times - as instanced in the Ancient Mines, Forges, and Furnaces of The Forest of Dean • H. G. Nicholls



Words linked to "Stabile" :   biological science, mobile, unmovable, sculpture, stable, immovable, biology, immobile, immoveable



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