Firm and Stable


Show Definitions
Firm adjective – Having been established and usually not subject to change.
Usage example: the selling price of the house is firm, so there'll be no dickering

Stable is a synonym for firm in secure topic. In some cases you can use "Stable" instead the word "Firm" as an adjective or a noun or an adverb, when it comes to topics like quality, property, state, unalterable. popular alternative
Nearby Words: firming, firmness, firmly, firmed
Synonyms for Firm


Show Definitions
Stable adjective – Marked by the ability to withstand stress without structural damage or distortion.
Usage example: the observation tower is stable enough to withstand the strongest winds without collapsing

Firm is a synonym for stable in solid topic. You can use "Firm" instead the word "Stable" as an adjective or a noun or an adverb, if it concerns topics such as characteristic, state, secure, continue. popular alternative
Nearby Words: stabilize, stabilise, stability, stabilized, stably
Synonyms for Stable

Things that words describes

character firm character stable character
member firm member stable member
relationship firm relationship stable relationship
type firm type stable type
Other nouns: place, ground, hand, personality.

Both words in one sentence

  • I Am the Band Bands often break from the Beatles model by having a single recognisable frontman (see Face of the Band) or a much less stable lineup (see Revolving Door Band) but the overall expectation that pop/rock acts be (or at least, be marketed as) Beatles-like groups without a billed leader has held firm.
    Source: I Am the Band
Cite this Source
Stable and Firm. (2016). Retrieved 2022, May 26, from
Firm & Stable. N.p., 2016. Web. 26 May. 2022. <>.
Stable or Firm. 2016. Accessed May 26, 2022.

Synonyms for firm
Share this picture

Synonyms for stable
Share this picture

Google Ngram Viewer shows how "firm" and "stable" have occurred on timeline: