Simple past tense and past participle of stabilise.(verb)
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Use "stabilised" in a sentence
"The next day, a Sunday, having "stabilised" the situation by running back-ups and making police statements, this young man went home and played computer games for 8 hours non-stop, and I am certain that that was for him a highly efficient way of "integrating" shock and fright."
""We believe it is essential to put all the cards on the table so that we deal with the reality and not perceptions of a 'stabilised' system," Democratic Alliance education spokeswoman Helen Zille said."
"A snapshot of HIV diagnoses in 25 US states showed that the infection rate had "stabilised" at roughly 16,600 annually between"