something nobody here has
"Julia has stability, she's married and takes cares of her monetary issues with grace. Julia is better than you."
by OhSnapItzOneDirection June 16, 2014
sta-beel

verb (used without object), stabiled, stabiling
1. to overly procrastinate; delay without reason:

to stabile until an opportunity is lost.
2. to put off action; linger; loiter.

the boy stabiled on his flight confirmation causing the price to increase.

verb (used with object), stabiled, stabiling
3. to put off till another day or time; better deal; defer; delay; to put off to a later time; defer; postpone:

The pilot stabiled the flight until the weather cleared.
4. to impede the process or progress of; retard; hinder:

The dense fog stabiled the plane's landing.

noun
5. the act of stabiling; procrastination; loitering
6. an instance of being stabiled:

There were many stabiles during the train trip
7. the period or amount of time during which something is stabiled:

The ballet performance began after a half-hour of stabile.
Stop stabile-ing all day and pull the trigger on a car payment.
by Playerhater#1 September 29, 2017
the metaphorical brakes that a girl can apply to the progression of a relationship with a close friend, usually in the friend zone, usual due to the irrational nature of the mind of a girl.
"has Jeff got himself a sweet and sticky surprise from Amy yet?"
"nah, she she's keeping on their stabilizers"
by bastante March 10, 2013
Euphemism for "Died" among paramedics.
Bob: How'd your patient with the chest pain do?
Al: Uh, he stabilized after a couple of hours.
Bob: Bummer!
by NMBurnout May 25, 2005
The act of pushing your hands and legs against the wall to attempt to stop the creaking of the bed while having sex in a college dorm room where other people are sleeping so as to not wake them up
"The creaking is too loud, we're going to wake my roommates up"
"Don't worry, I got this, I'll just stabilize the bed"
by toby69420 October 17, 2017
targeted efforts by a government to keep the economy of a nation at a steady rate of growth, with the goal of being sustained for a long period of time
Economic stability is more important than economic growth.
by cylerguy January 27, 2021
a person's ability to remain calm or even keel when faced with pressure or stress.
That player has great emotional stability.
by Coach JJ September 16, 2015