Synonyms of stable
1 secureDictionary • a stable marriage
secure • She felt secure and protected when she was with him.
lasting • She left a lasting impression on him.
strong • He felt he had a relationship strong enough to talk frankly to Sarah.
sound • a sound financial proposition
fast • He held the gate fast.
sure • A doctor's sure hands may perform surgery.
permanent • Heavy drinking can cause permanent damage to the brain.
constant • The temperature should be kept more or less constant.
steady • Make sure the camera is steady.
enduring • Their chance meeting was the start of an enduring friendship.
reliable • She was efficient and reliable.
abiding • one of my abiding memories of him
durable • We were unable to establish any durable agreement.
steadfast • He remained steadfast in his belief that he had done the right thing.
immutable • the immutable principles of right and wrong
invariable • It was his invariable custom to have one whisky before supper.
unalterable • an unalterable fact of life
unchangeable • an almost unchangeable system of laws and customs
2 well-balancedDictionary • Their characters are fully formed and they are both very stable children.
well-balanced • a sensible, well-balanced individual
balanced • I have to prove myself as a respectable, balanced person.
sensible • She was a sensible girl and did not panic.
reasonable • He's a reasonable sort of chap.
rational • a rational decision
sound of mind
3 solidDictionary • This structure must be stable.
solid • I stared up at the square, solid house.
firm • Use a firm platform or a sturdy ladder.
secure • Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
fixed • Nato was concentrating on hitting buildings and other fixed structures.
substantial • those fortunate enough to have a fairly substantial property to sell
sturdy • The camera was mounted on a sturdy tripod.
durable • Fine bone china is strong and durable.
immovable • It was declared unsafe because the support bars were immovable.
built to last
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abidingAn abiding feeling, memory, or interest is one that you have for a very long time.
• one of my abiding memories of him
balancedSomeone who is balanced remains calm and thinks clearly, even in a difficult situation.
• I have to prove myself as a respectable, balanced person.
• The temperature should be kept more or less constant.
Thesaurus for stable from the Collins English Thesaurus
a building, usually consisting of stalls, for the lodging of horses or other livestock