Antonyms for stableˈsteɪ bəl
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term stable
stable, stalls, horse barn(adj)
a farm building for housing horses or other livestock
coseismal, tender, tippy, tottering, crank, top-heavy, wonky, changeable, cranky, unstable, seismal, reactive, unbalanced, tipsy, volatile, imbalanced, wobbly, seismic, shaky, changeful, volcanic, coseismic, explosive, rocky, rickety, unsound
resistant to change of position or condition
"a stable ladder"; "a stable peace"; "a stable relationship"; "stable prices"
tipsy, wonky, coseismic, changeful, crank, tottering, reactive, imbalanced, volatile, explosive, wobbly, rocky, cranky, coseismal, unsound, tippy, seismal, shaky, seismic, changeable, rickety, unstable, volcanic, tender, unbalanced, top-heavy
firm and dependable; subject to little fluctuation
"the economy is stable"
explosive, coseismal, top-heavy, imbalanced, unstable, volatile, reactive, changeable, unbalanced, volcanic, rickety, tippy, seismic, wonky, cranky, changeful, tottering, seismal, crank, tender, rocky, unsound, coseismic, wobbly, shaky, tipsy
not taking part readily in chemical change
unstable, reactive, tippy, wonky, changeful, seismic, cranky, changeable, top-heavy, tender, wobbly, seismal, unsound, volatile, unbalanced, coseismal, explosive, volcanic, tottering, shaky, rocky, imbalanced, coseismic, tipsy, rickety, crank
volatile, tipsy, tippy, reactive, shaky, seismal, imbalanced, seismic, volcanic, explosive, tottering, unstable, cranky, top-heavy, crank, unbalanced, changeful, wobbly, wonky, unsound, rocky, rickety, coseismal, changeable, tender, coseismic
static, stable, unchanging(verb)
showing little if any change
"a static population"
imbalanced, seismal, tipsy, cranky, seismic, tippy, wonky, unstable, coseismic, reactive, rocky, crank, wobbly, shaky, top-heavy, rickety, tottering, unsound, volatile, unbalanced, coseismal, tender, explosive, volcanic, changeful, changeable
shelter in a stable
changeful, unsound, unbalanced, seismal, tippy, crank, top-heavy, reactive, seismic, changeable, tipsy, cranky, tender, wobbly, shaky, wonky, explosive, coseismal, volatile, tottering, rocky, unstable, imbalanced, rickety, volcanic, coseismic
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Durable (Latin durus, hard) is said almost wholly of material substances that resist wear; lasting is said of either material or immaterial things. Permanent is a word of wider meaning; a thing is permanent which is not liable to change; as, a permanent color; buildings upon a farm are called permanent improvements. Enduring is a higher word, applied to that which resists both time and change; as, enduring fame.
See synonyms for TRANSIENT.
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