[ stab-lish ]

verb (used with object)Archaic.

Origin of stablish

1250–1300; Middle English stablissen, aphetic variant of establish Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use stablish in a sentence

  • His next words, moreover— strange as they were—would have stablished his identity with Farrell even had any doubt lingered in us.

    Foe-Farrell | Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • De 'fluence dat you has 'stablished ober yo' fellerman ken be turned ter rich ercount.

    Up Terrapin River | Opie P. Read
  • Goddess, Queen of well-stablished Cyprus, having given thee honour due, I shall pass on to another hymn.

    The Homeric Hymns | Andrew Lang
  • Let thy heart, which dwelleth in the mountain of Ament, be content, for thy son Horus is stablished upon thy throne.

  • But true reason, since it is stablished in its own strength, needs to be strengthened by the assent of no authority.

British Dictionary definitions for stablish


/ (ˈstæblɪʃ) /

  1. an archaic variant of establish

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