- n a sculpture having fixed units (usually constructed of sheet metal) and attached to a fixed support
- s (chemistry, physics, biology) resistant to change
- s not able or intended to be moved
- His new stabile has only one curved surface out of many; yet it presents a fluid silhouette of restless arabesques.
- Viewed from a certain angle, the Alexander Calder--designed stabile resembles an elephant; viewed from any angle, an Ellie is the most prestigious prize that a magazine can win.
- Last week his bobbing mobile The Ghost and his sprawling stabile Guillotine for Eight met like stalactite and stalagmite in the great rotunda of Manhattan's Guggenheim Museum .
News & Articles
- Gas Prices Stay Low in Mississippi
Petroleum speculators attribute Mississippi's below-average gas prices, like the ones found at Love's Truck Stop on Hwy. 80 in Pearl, to stabile production from refineries.
June 10, 2013 - Jackson Free Press
- Pope Benedict XVI in Catholic Online
Pope Benedict asked the leaders of governments around the world to do everything possible to achieve a cease-fire and "begin building, through dialogue, a lasting and stabile coexistence among all the peoples of the Middle East."
- Bert van Marwijk in guardian.co.uk
We have become a more stabile team in which players are more able to translate the plans of the technical staff on the pitchVan Marwijk told reporters.