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Synonyms for steadfast

Synonyms for steadfast

consistently reliable, especially because of resistance to outside pressures

indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence

adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, a cause, or a duty

Synonyms for steadfast

marked by firm determination or resolution

firm and dependable especially in loyalty

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But there the steadfast little Tin-soldier lay full length, shouldering his gun.
She was still standing on one leg with the other high in the air; she too was steadfast.
He looked at the little lady, she looked at him, and he felt that he was melting; but he remained steadfast, with his gun at his shoulder.
Divinely steadfast and beautiful, it hath bit me on the finger!
I should feel that I was rather lonely and lost, for the want of some one who was steadfast and firm in purpose.
These, I said, are the points which you must consider; and those who have most of this comprehension, and who are more steadfast in their learning, and in their military and other appointed duties, when they have arrived at the age of thirty have to be chosen by you out of the select class, and elevated to higher honour; and you will have to prove them by the help of dialectic, in order to learn which of them is able to give up the use of sight and the other senses, and in company with truth to attain absolute being: And here, my friend, great caution is required.
And did we not make special provision for this, when we said that the disciples of philosophy were to be orderly and steadfast, not, as now, any chance aspirant or intruder?
In the little chaos of Pearl's character there might be seen emerging and could have been from the very first -- the steadfast principles of an unflinching courage -- an uncontrollable will -- sturdy pride, which might be disciplined into self-respect -- and a bitter scorn of many things which, when examined, might be found to have the taint of falsehood in them.
She was imprisoned by Tal Hajus, and every effort, including the most horrible and shameful torture, was brought to bear upon her to wring from her lips the name of my father; but she remained steadfast and loyal, dying at last amidst the laughter of Tal Hajus and his chieftains during some awful torture she was undergoing.
and through evil report, has been the steadfast friend of the land
She thought, looking at the sky above Chancery Lane, how the roof was the same everywhere; how she was now secure of all that this lofty blue and its steadfast lights meant to her; reality, was it, figures, love, truth?
Steadfast Simplicity Clouds allow businesses of all sizes to move their technology to cloud solutions without staffing up, without spending a fortune, and without gaining any cloud expertise.
She urged people to remain steadfast and determined in addressing the plight of the poor and the victims of human rights abuses.
Australia-based Steadfast Group, considered to be the nation's largest network of insurance brokers and advisers, has said that it is to purchase broker and strata-focused underwriting agency, Whitbread Insurance Group.
President of Ukrainian World Congress Eugen Czolij confirmed the steadfast support and assistance for Ukraine.