Definition of stability:
assurance, immobility, immutability, determination, eternity, suspense, establishment, maturity, stationary, at rest, backbone, longevity, analyse, invariability, wholeness, continue, fastness, free association, perseverance, better, adherence, inert, aversion therapy, static, preservation, constancy, aplomb, motionless, endurance, couch, analyst, sedentary, survival, stableness, perceptual constancy, stiff, consciousness, unchangeableness, immutableness, integrity, collective unconscious, soundness, sureness, change, confidence, continuation, undisturbed, ego, analyze, analysis, fixedness, resoluteness, resistance, inaction, still, security, immobile.
- order (part of speech: noun)
- stability (part of speech: noun)
- strength (part of speech: noun)
- solidity (part of speech: noun)
Especially was the court powerful during the years 1801 to 1835, when Marshall was chief justice, to whose wisdom and prudence it is difficult to ascribe too much influence in fixing the present stability of our government.- "Government and Administration of the United States", Westel W. Willoughby and William F. Willoughby.
After a struggle of a few years they succeeded in laying the foundation of the remarkable federal republic, which now embraces forty- five states with a population of already seventy- five millions of souls, which owes its national stability and prosperity to the energy and enterprise of the Anglo- Norman race and the dominant influence of the common law, and the parliamentary institutions of England.- "Canada under British Rule 1760-1900", John G. Bourinot.
- "Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition.", Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson.