go steady


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Related to go steady: roughshod, go through
  • verb

Synonyms for go steady

date regularly

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The dropout had liked Nagatani since the two were in first-year junior high school, but she refused his proposal to go steady when they were in their third year, according to public prosecutors.
WHEN ANGLICANS and Roman Catholics have so much in common, why can't we come together -- not just to be friends, not just to go steady, but to be one again?
Smullen adds: "If they go steady up front it can get congested rounding the final bend and you can't afford to be six or seven horses wide turning in.
THE GO TEAM Ready To Go Steady Great single from the colourful rap-dance pop outfit, with French artist Lispector on lead vocals.
So try and eat these foods less ( and if you add salt, just go steady with it.
Even if you do look and act older, you are too young to go steady with someone of 15.