stably

All Adverb
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  • His business empire grew stably and received many international accolades for the consistent quality of his products and services.
  • Indeed it could not have been stably solved without certain assurances from them. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Mar 1915, V. 1, No. 1
  • Since the mid-eighties he began working for television, to which he then stably dedicated since the mid-nineties.
  • Man, in becoming more complex, becomes less stably organised. Cited from The Life of Reason, by George Santayana
  • A dog breed is represented by a sufficient number of individuals to stably transfer its specific characteristics over generations.
  • No one stably or sincerely uses the more critical notion, of a group of sense- qualities united by a law. Cited from Pragmatism, by William James
  • The king promised on his word to abide firmly and stably by what they should decree. Cited from A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times, V.3 of 6, by Guizot
  • At room temperature, the DNA will exist stably in a double-stranded form.
  • The dipole will only be stably levitated at points where the energy has a minimum.
  • APM solutions help systems operate stably by monitoring the state of applications in real time.
  • When dense water masses are first formed, they are not stably stratified.
  • But when active controls were used to keep the vortex stably in place they found the results "really encouraging".
  • The lines are stably making profits and they are the only tramway operator in Japan that has not lost any of its original lines.
  • This tendency has the effect of keeping spinning bodies stably aligned in space.
  • A global non-equilibrium state can be stably stationary only if it is maintained by exchanges between the system and the outside.
  • In mathematics, a stably free module is a module which is close to being free.
  • The position and shape of the resulting holes in the cards indicated whether or not the missile was flying stably.
  • The C4's test drivers reported that the car handled more stably.
  • Moreover, it is only in so far as we can secure this end that we can stably build up and organise the higher centres of the nervous system. Cited from The Children: Some Educational Problems, by Alexander Darroch
  • Further conditions must also be met for the triple junction to exist stably - the plates must move in a way that leaves their individual geometries unchanged.
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Meaning of stably

  • adverb In a stable solid fixed manner
    the boulder was balanced stably at the edge of the canyon
  • adverb In a stable unchanging manner
    the death rate in Russia has been stably high