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ballast heavy material placed in the hold of a boat or ship to make it more stable. [2/4 definitions]
bromic acid a poisonous acid that is stable only in very dilute form and is used as an oxidizing agent.
consolidate to strengthen or secure; make solid or stable. [1/3 definitions]
crèche a model of Jesus Christ's nativity in the Bethlehem stable, exhibited esp. at Christmas. [1/3 definitions]
equable not varying extremely or suddenly; uniform; stable. [2 definitions]
est.1 abbreviation of "established," found or brought into being on a firm or stable basis.
establish to found or bring into being on a firm or stable basis. [1/3 definitions]
fix to make stable or steady; fasten securely. [2/13 definitions]
fixate to make stable or stationary; fix. [1/5 definitions]
fixative acting to make stable or permanent. [2 definitions]
fixed made stable; constant. [1/5 definitions]
fixity the state or nature of that which is stable or immovable. [2 definitions]
fluid not stable; changeable. [1/5 definitions]
groom one employed to take care of horses or keep a stable. [1/6 definitions]
gyrocompass a navigational device with a gyroscope rotor that maintains a stable orientation toward true north.
gyroscope a device with a rotating wheel or disk, mounted on an axis that can turn freely in various or all directions, so that the wheel or disk can maintain a stable orientation in space despite any movement in its supports or surrounding parts.
hayloft the upper part of a barn or stable, used for storing hay.
hibernation in computing, a mode of partial deactivation for an idle computer that saves power and allows a quick restart by storing the contents of RAM in a stable location before turning the machine off. [1/3 definitions]
homeostasis the tendency of a physiological system, esp. of mammals and other higher animals, to remain more or less stable.
litter material such as straw, wood shavings, or clay granules spread in a stable, chicken coop, pet's cage or the like. [1/11 definitions]
livery a stable where horses and horse-drawn vehicles for hire are kept; livery stable. [1/4 definitions]