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Definition of "stabling" []

  • Present participle of stable. (verb)
  • A building, shed, or room for horses and cattle; a stable. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "stabling" in a sentence
  • "Elspeth knew that Treyvan and Hydona had resigned themselves to some kind of stabling situation when they reached Haven."
  • "Subsequent to being obliged to stand in mud and other damp or wet media, exposure to desiccating influences such as stabling upon dry floors, or at service on hot and dry road surfaces causes the insensitive parts of the feet to become dry, hard and brittle."
  • "Millot, to find some kind of stabling and food for the horses, and, if possible, some shelter for himself."