verb (used with object) Archaic.
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Origin of stablish
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On the Lelantian plain thou stoodest, but it pleased thee not there to stablish a temple and a grove.
Tis the king's desire to 'stablish round him at his court a chosen circle whose fidelity hath stood the utmost test.The Little Colonel's Christmas Vacation|Annie Fellows Johnston
Let him quit too much association, let him go home much, and stablish himself in those courses he approves.Essays, First Series|Ralph Waldo Emerson
The one: “God so increase your love to one another, that He may stablish your hearts unblameable in holiness.”The Ministry of Intercession|Andrew Murray
Then didst thou set foot on Telphusa, and to thee the land seemed p. 117exceeding good wherein to stablish a temple and a grove.