stablish
verb Etymology: Middle English, short for establissen Date: 14th century archaic establishstablishment noun, archaic

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  • Stablish — Stab lish (st[a^]b l[i^]sh), v. t. [Aphetic form of establish.] To settle permanently in a state; to make firm; to establish; to fix. [Obs.] 2 Sam. vii. 13. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stablish — [stab′lish] vt. archaic var. of ESTABLISH …   English World dictionary

  • stablish — verb To establish. Then she began a treatie to procure, / And stablish termes betwixt both their requests [...] …   Wiktionary

  • stablish — /ˈstæblɪʃ/ (say stablish) verb (t) Obsolete → establish …   Australian English dictionary

  • stablish — /stab lish/, v.t. Archaic. establish. [1250 1300; ME stablissen, aph. var. of ESTABLISH] * * * …   Universalium

  • 'stablish — Gullah Words establish, establishes, established, establishing …   English dialects glossary

  • stablish — verb archaic form of establish …   English new terms dictionary

  • stablish — stab·lish …   English syllables

  • stablish — v.tr. archaic fix firmly; establish; set up. Etymology: var. of ESTABLISH …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hyperdispensationalism — is a further development of some (but not all) of the core doctrines of Dispensationalism and differs from the same, in that, principally (although not exclusively) it teaches the origin of the church, Which is his body [ [Ephesians 1:22 23 the… …   Wikipedia

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