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anchor something that provides stability or equilibrium. [1/7 definitions]
anchorage a source or means of stability. [1/4 definitions]
balance physical or mental stability, or the capacity to reach stability when required. [1/8 definitions]
balanced not going too far in the direction of any extreme so that rationality, harmony, or stability is achieved; keeping to proper proportions.
ballast gravel or crushed rock under the rails and ties of a railway to increase stability. [1/4 definitions]
centerboard on a sailboat, a flat wooden or metal keel that can be raised or lowered for greater stability while the boat is in motion.
constancy the quality of being uniform; stability; regularity. [1/2 definitions]
continuous body a legislative body, such as the U.S. Senate, that achieves stability by staggering the terms of its members to prevent more than a minority of seats from changing in a single election.
credit rating a rating of the worthiness of an individual or company to be extended credit, based on previous repayment of debts, financial stability, and the like.
disequilibrium a lack or loss of stability, balance, or equilibrium, esp. in the economy.
equilibrium a state in which all acting forces cancel each other to create balance or stability. [2/3 definitions]
false keel a narrow strip attached below a ship's main keel for protection and added stability.
flange a collar or rim that projects from a pipe, housing, or the like to provide strength, stability, or a place for attaching other parts. [1/2 definitions]
flighty lacking stability, or serious purpose or interest; irresponsible; frivolous. [1/2 definitions]
go to pieces to lose emotional or mental stability or control; collapse.
idiom a verbal expression that cannot be understood merely by knowing the individual meanings of its elements, as with the phrase "break down," meaning "to lose one's mental stability." [1/4 definitions]
indicator one of the various statistical measures that show the relative stability of an economic system. [1/3 definitions]
instability the state or quality of being unsteady or unstable; lack of stability.
itself indicating a condition of health, stability, or normality. [1/3 definitions]
keel a structural part extending lengthwise down the bottom center of the hull of a boat or ship, important for stability in water. [1/4 definitions]
mind rational stability. [1/13 definitions]