from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. Archaic To establish.
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- v. To establish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To settle permanently in a state; to make firm; to establish; to fix.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make stable or firm; establish; set up; ordain.
In 2Th 3: 3, God is said to "stablish": He is the true establisher: ministers are His "instruments." concerning -- Greek, "in behalf of," that is, for the furtherance of your faith.
Then, as your grace hath 'stablish'd laws for government,
He haunts the Piccadilly stands, and has what he calls '' stablish'd a raw 'on Mr. Sponge to the extent of three-and-six-pence a week, under threats of exposing the robbery Sponge committed on our friend Mr. Waffles.
We need to re-stablish our credibility, re-build the coalition, and turn this baby over to the UN.
But before the crocodile eats us all, let's help Iranian PMOI to stablish a peaceful and democratic government in Iran and send these mullahs to where they belon to.
How discover new world? who discover Humanism, Communism, Buddisim, hindusim, capitalism, plotoism it all the youth of those day. so this time 21st centuary, time of information technology and many sciencetific development youth has key role to stablish peace, harmony and friendship.
O give me the comfort of thy help again: and stablish me with thy free Spirit.
“I accept thine admonition and beg the Almighty to remove the froward from amongst us and stablish us in His obedience and in the observance of the law and practice of His Prophet, on whom be blessings and peace!”
Now this was the fourth day, so the fourth Wazir entered and, kissing the ground before him, said, Allah stablish and protect the
Regain thy reason, O my lord, and stablish thy senses and occupy not thy mind with vanities.