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stablish

[stab-lish]
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verb (used with object) Archaic.
  1. establish.

Origin of stablish

1250–1300; Middle English stablissen, aphetic variant of establish
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Examples from the Web for stablished

Historical Examples

  • Let us pray for it, and for the rule of righteousness on which alone it can be stablished.

    The Ministry of Intercession

    Andrew Murray

  • I thought I was long ago sufficiently 'grounded and stablished' in this Doctrine.

    The Age of Invention

    Holland Thompson

  • This 'stablished him at once, and in a few days' time he made a fortune.

  • He through whom the heaven was 'stablished, nay, the highest heaven.

  • He through whom heaven was stablished; nay, the highest heaven.

    Ten Great Religions

    James Freeman Clarke


British Dictionary definitions for stablished

stablish

verb
  1. an archaic variant of establish
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