stablish

[stab-lish]

Origin of stablish

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

Historical Examples of stablish

  • Comfort your hearts, and stablish you in every good word and work.'

  • May He 'comfort your hearts, and stablish you in every good word and work.'

  • I 'stablish a residensh in six monfths—get a divorce—no shcandal.

    Excuse Me!

    Rupert Hughes

  • He shall build ane House for my name and I will stablish the throne of his kingdom forever.

  • To think that I shuld hav toiled a life to stablish a reputashun, only to be classed as one of the biggest liars of America.

    The Bad Boy At Home

    Walter T. Gray


British Dictionary definitions for stablish

stablish

verb
  1. an archaic variant of establish
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