Definitions

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  • adj. kept or located in a stable
  • adj. parked
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of stable.

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Examples

  • She could still hear his drawling, cheerful voice above the howl and clatter of his aeroplane engine, out there in the fallow field he'd claimed for his own, where he "stabled" his "bird" in an old hay-barn and used to land and take off.

    Phoenix And Ashes

  • The Main Stay Committee is making arrangements for a large heated studio space in Woodstock where the carousel horses will be "stabled" for painting and or decorating.

    McHenry County Blog

  • Ballymoney Times 'spool chocker' produced this lovely glitch about Paisley jnr where the poor wee lad was 'stabled' in the back by his supposed friends.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • Huh! I got word of it at Lawndale, an 'I wanta tell you Hazel an' Hattie was some tired when I stabled 'm at Calistoga an' pulled out on the stage over St. Helena.

    CHAPTER XIX

  • For the New York Masters, about 70 to 80 horses will be stabled inside the building, with more than 200 horses in tents just outside, and 1,500 tons of special silica sand will be shipped in from Europe.

    The Horses Will Jump InBrooklyn

  • One main story revolves around "Ace" Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman), a crime boss just out of prison; his chauffeur of many talents, Gus Demitriou (Dennis Farina); and the Irish-bred horse Ace has stabled at the track with trainer Turo Escalante (John Ortiz).

    At the Races, In the Money

  • “The stables are close enough to this window that anyone would easily hear a horse being stabled,” Giles went on.

    How to Woo a Reluctant Lady

  • American trainers typically keep horses stabled at racetracks for convenience and to share costs.

    The Art of Teaching Horses to Fly

  • The horses (dappled greys) are to be stabled at Whitehall, and the coach (japanned black lacquer with lots of gold trim—gaudy) brought round to her special entrance when she has use of it.

    Exit the Actress

  • In Alaska I owned a horse and I stabled it in a town called North Pole and at the house (Base Housing) I owned an ATV and snowmobile.

    If you were stranded in Alaska 80 miles from the nerest person with just a rifle and ether a ATV or horse witch would you have?

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