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stabilis e, adj. with comp.

STA-, firm, steadfast, steady, stable, fixed : via: ad insistendum locus, L.: medio sedet insula ponto, O.: (elephanti) pondere ipso, L.: stabilior Romanus erat, stood his ground better , L.: stabili pugnae adsueti, i. e. the hand-to-hand fighting of infantry , L.: acies, L.: domus.—Fig., firm, enduring, durable, stable, lasting, immutable, unwavering, steadfast : amici: decretum: urbs sedem stabilem non habebit: possessio: praecepta: animus amicis: virtus, Quae maneat stabili pede, O.: Spondei, steady in movement , H.: imperium stabilius, T.Plur n . as subst, the permanent : stabilia (meliora) incertis.

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