Definition of Restable

1. stable [v -BLED, -BLING, -BLES] - See also: stable



Lexicographical Neighbors of Restable

rest relation
rest room
rest seat
rest stop
rest vertical dimension
restabilise
restabilised
restabilises
restabilising
restabilization
restabilizations
restabilize
restabilized
restabilizes
restabilizing
restable (current term)
restabled
restables
restabling
restack
restacked
restacking
restacks
restaff
restaffed
restaffing
restaffs
restage
restaged
restages

Literary usage of Restable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The French Revolution: A History by Thomas Carlyle (1892)
"... by their Committees, instantly to arrest all Persons Suspect; and explaining withal who the Ar- restable and Suspect specially are. ..."

2. Culture demanded by modern life by Edward Livingston Youmans (1897)
"... whilst the former is an unar- restable movement towards the fountain of truth, caring little fot cherished authorities or sentiments, but continually ..."

3. The Jurisprudence of the Privy Council: Containing a Digest of All the by Jean Joseph Beauchamp, Great Britain Privy Council (1891)
"... in terms of that will, not ar- restable. The only interest in respect of which their right to intervene in the present litigation is maintained, ..."

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