Antonyms for stableˈsteɪ bəl
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
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
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
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
stable(1)Relatively unchanging, permanent; firmly fixed or established, consistent, not easily to be moved, changed, unbalanced, destroyed or altered in value.
stable(1)to park (a rail vehicle)
English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin Fernald
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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