Not stale, fresh.
Stale food is no longer fresh or good to eat. Their daily diet consisted of a lump of stale bread, a bowl of rice and stale water. Synonyms: old, hard, dry, decayed More Synonyms of stale.
Definition of unstable : not stable : not firm or fixed : not constant: such as. a : not steady in action or movement : irregular an unstable pulse. b : wavering in purpose or intent : vacillating. c : lacking steadiness : apt to move, sway, or fall an unstable tower.
Antonym of Stale Word. Antonym. Stale. Fresh. Get definition and list of more Antonym and Synonym in English Grammar.
OTHER WORDS FOR stale 1 hard, tasteless, sour, insipid.
Some common synonyms of unstable are capricious, fickle, inconstant, and mercurial. While all these words mean "lacking firmness or steadiness (as in purpose or devotion)," unstable implies an incapacity for remaining in a fixed position or steady course and applies especially to a lack of emotional balance.
dry, dried out, hard, hardened, old, past its best, past its sell-by date. off, mouldy, rotten, decayed, unfresh, rancid, rank. fresh. 2'stale air' stuffy, close, musty, fusty, unfresh, stagnant, frowzy.
stale. Synonyms: cold, dull, flat, flavorless, insipid, prosy, stupid, tasteless, vapid. Antonyms: flavorous, forcible, lively, piquant, pungent, racy, rich, spicy, spirited.
adjective, stal·er, stal·est. not fresh, vapid or flat, as beverages, dry or hardened, as bread.
having lost novelty or interest, hackneyed, trite: a stale joke. having lost freshness, vigor, quick intelligence, initiative, or the like, as from overstrain, boredom, or surfeit: He had grown stale on the job and needed a long vacation.
Signs and symptoms of EUPDImpulsivity.Mood swings.An overwhelming fear of abandonment.Extreme anxiety and irritability.Anger.Paranoia and being suspicious of other people.Feeling empty, hopeless and worthless.Suicidal thoughts.
synonyms for stalemusty.smelly.sour.stagnant.watery.dried.dry.faded.
Definition of rancid 1 : having an unpleasant smell or taste usually from chemical change or decomposition rancid butter rancid breath.
5 gramsOne teaspoon of table salt weighs 6 grams and contains 2,325 mg sodium. One teaspoon of sea salt weighs 5 grams and contains 1,872 mg sodium.
The American Heart Association recommends consuming no more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium—about one teaspoon of salt—daily. (And about 6 in 10 adults should limit themselves to 1,500 milligrams a day.)