- n. Plural form of stable.
“The disagreeable contention which has arisen about the illustration of my Barns and stables is particularly irksome to me.”
“There are certain stables where this never would have happened.”
“Good farmers install giant LCD screens in stables so our yet to be digested friends can watch Senfield and Friends before dieing in harmony.”
“If you want Fedora Core to be a usable system that doesn't stop working for no apparent reason after every update, you should oppose vast updates to critical packages with no measurable upside and immeasurable downside in stables releases, and you should be glad the X. org maintainer's insanity was overruled by cooler heads.”
“The grounds contain stables, a recently restored Orthodox church, a vegetable plot, and a helipad, and Putin sometimes spends the day working at Novo Ogarevo, receiving visitors there rather than at the Kremlin.”
“With them came a Yorkshire groom, a stocky little fellow, in velvet breeches, who made that mysterious hissing noise, traditionary in English stables, when he rubbed down the silken-skinned racers, in great perfection.”
“After a few days, they carried me—I couldn’t walk—across a courtyard to what we called the stables, and I was locked in another cage.”
“This way to the stables is shorter," he said, hesitating on the threshold, as a red-cheeked woman bustled about a modern iron range set into a shockingly huge fireplace (what age was this part of the house?”
“What were once the stables are a living room and kitchen.”
“In the stables were the officers 'automobiles and carromatas with seats for grooms behind.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘stables’.
A richly peopled category of palace residents back in the 15th century, which I propose to elevate to yet more ludicrous heighths
Words pertaining to horses, equines, equestrians
Some words following upon each other's succession in a legal contract in this book I've just started.
Looking for tweets for stables.