An abstract sculpture, usually of sheet metal, resembling a mobile but having no moving parts.(noun)
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Use "stabile" in a sentence
"Experimental users are responsible themselves for moving early to a "stabile" Ubuntu version."
"Third, entertaining Syria, whether through peace with Israel or through reviving US-Syrian bilateral relations would keep Syria quite, and therefore the region stabile."
"Here, the prizes among the 13 well-placed sculptures are a rusting steel "Stele" by Kelly; one of Louise Bourgeois's giant black spiders; and a six-legged metal "stabile" by Calder."