The Bush Doctrine recognized the pitfalls of condoning authoritarian governance in exchange for an illusory promise of stability.
Open access to information beyond that available in the pulpit has already had a moderating effect on the stability of faith.
I give thanks for doctors who do their best to ensure my stability.
First would be to seek a degree of stability in Afghanistan, an agenda Islamabad is working on.
The force left in 2001, having brought this hapless country a measure of stability.
The stability of credit becomes the watchword of high finance.
The stability of the Whig administration, then in power, depended upon the results.
(Fig. 6); and although its stability was not perfect, it was an interesting machine—a forecast of the monoplane of the future.
Then, again, variety of climate should always go with stability of abode.
No other man lends such steadiness and stability to our national life.
mid-14c., "firmness of resolve, mental equilibrium" (of persons), from Old French stableté, from Latin stabilitatem (nominative stabilitas) "firmness, steadfastness," from stabilis "steadfast, firm" (see stable (adj.)). In physical sense, "difficult to overthrow," it is recorded from early 15c.
stability sta·bil·i·ty (stə-bĭl'ĭ-tē)
The condition of being stable or resistant to change.