steady


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Synonyms for steady

Synonyms for steady

firmly settled or positioned

indicating or possessing determination, resolution, or persistence

consistently reliable, especially because of resistance to outside pressures

to make stable

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a person loved by another person

make steady

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support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace

not subject to change or variation especially in behavior

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not liable to fluctuate or especially to fall

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securely in position

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marked by firm determination or resolution

relating to a person who does something regularly

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not easily excited or upset

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in a steady manner

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References in classic literature ?
The Portuguese, however, saluted me with his customary courtesy, and I thought there was a grave twinkle in his steady eye.
Her eyes rested on Horace with a steady, glittering calmness.
Then suddenly turning to me, and fixing his shy, hazel eyes upon me with a steady penetrating gaze, he added, 'Then you have changed your mind?
he was steady and punctual, seldom found fault without a reason, always did justice to my good dinners, and hardly ever spoiled my cookery by delay - and that's as much as any woman can expect of any man.
His hand was steady when he began to read, but it trembled a little by the time he had finished.
It is all that young gentlemen can do to keep his team steady, but he knows that everything depends on it, and faces his work bravely.
There are only twenty-four runs to make, and four wickets to go down--a winning match if they play decently steady.
So they leave the island and go to the tent; and after deep consultation, Arthur is sent in, and goes off to the wicket with a last exhortation from Tom to play steady and keep his bat straight.
But the trouble lay in that the wind was not strong enough nor steady enough to keep the sail full.
He had been guilty of running the Ghost several points off her course in order that what little wind there was should fill the foresail and hold it steady.
He looked at me, and though his eyes were steady and motionless, there seemed a cynical smile in them.
Every little caution that Marian and I practised towards her--every little remedy we tried, to strengthen and steady slowly the weakened, shaken faculties, was a fresh protest in itself against the risk of turning her mind back on the troubled and the terrible past.
Now, you have always been a steady Hand hitherto; but my opinion is, and so I tell you plainly, that you are turning into the wrong road.
90km in Zone 2 / Steady followed by a 5km or 30 minutes steady run (Zone 2)
The Indonesian central bank has announced that it has kept its interest rate steady.