|stability, solidity, firmness, permanence, steadfastness||stableness|
|ability to adjust to load changes, ability to maintain a balance, air mass without upward movement, measure of maintaining equilibrium, mental firmness, resistance to a changed position, resistance to a chemical change, resistance to air currents, resi...||stability|
|acknowledgement; condemnation; convincing; act of convicting, firmly held belief, firmness of belief, guilty verdict||conviction|
|act of cutting, adjustment of an aircraft for stability, adopt a neutral position, alter an opinion to suit circumstances, appearance of a vessel, be balanced in the water, beat somebody thoroughly, buoyancy, change the arrangement of sails, change the...||trim|
|act of discovering something, decision on course of action, end of estate, interest, or right, firm decision; decisiveness, resolution; definition, firmness of purpose, fixed purpose, qualifying of concept, settlement of dispute or contest, stage in de...||determination|
|anchorage; place where boats are moored; securing line, means by which a vessel is secured; moral reserves, source of emotional stability||moorings|
|apt to decompose, changeable, having short half-life, irregular in movement or rhythm, lacking emotional or psychological stability, likely to fall or collapse, not fixed, subject to spontaneous change, unsteady in purpose or intent, insecure, shaky; c...||unstable|
|assess account, assess something, bring elements into harmony, bring equation into equality, counterweight, difference between debit and credit, emotional stability, equal debit and credit, equal or cancel out, equality of elements in an equation, equa...||balance|
|balance between forces, state in which all forces act in perfect opposition and cancel the effects of one another, bodily balance, emotional stability, situation of balance||equilibrium|
|balance or suspend, balance; stabilize; hang, composure, controlled grace in movement, equilibrium, stability; balance, equilibrium; composure, confidence; reasoning, discretion; erectness, uprightness, suspended state, unit of viscosity, weigh||poise|
|banister, handrail, rail (to prevent falling, accidents, etc.), extra rail giving train stability, safety rail||guardrail|
|base for progress, basis, foundation; foothold, place for standing; secure position; stability; terms of a relationship; act of walking, condition of surface, footer, stability of feet, status of somebody, status of something, total||footing|
|being in motion, changeable, lacking order or stability, moving about, not decided, not inhabited; not solved; not orderly; not stable, not legally resolved, uncertain, uninhabited, unpaid||unsettled|
|being insecure, insecure phenomenon, lack of self-confidence; fearfulness, anxiety; riskiness; lack of stability, unsafe feeling||insecurity|
|being unstable, not steady, unsteadiness, shakiness, lack of firmness; changeability, tendency to behave erratically||instability|
|blend in with something, change color of photograph, combinations of color and shading, firmness of muscles, general quality, give a sound or ring; give a color or tint, intonation, machine sound, note, particular kind of sound, plainsong, prevailing c...||tone|
|body suit, collection, dead human or animal remains, firmness of fabric, fullness of flavor in wine, fullness of texture, group, main part, main part of musical instrument, main part of something written, main part of vehicle, mass, material for making...||body|
|boxing victory decided on points, firmness in choosing something, process of choosing, ruling, determination, something somebody has settled on||decision|
|brittleness; firmness, sharpness, clearness (manner of speaking, tone of voice); crunchiness||crispness|
|calm temperament, calmness, emotional stability, quality of being even-tempered||equanimity|
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