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Long-term StabilityPlay
Use 'stable' to emphasize long-term reliability, such as in relationships or job positions. SlideShe's been in a stable job for over a decade.
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No Sudden ChangesPlay
To describe situations that are consistent and not prone to unexpected shifts, apply 'stable'. SlideThe stock market has been surprisingly stable this year.
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Neutral TonePlay
'Stable' is neutral; use it when you don't want to imply good or bad quality, just constancy. SlideHis attendance at school has been stable.