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Adjective
Firmly fixed, supported, or balanced
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“He decided to shove a piece of folded paper under the table leg to keep it steady.”
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Regular, even, and continuous in development, frequency, or intensity
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“Success requires steady effort, one step at a time.”
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Having or demonstrating an unwavering devotion toward someone or something
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“She remained steady in her support for her husband in the face of a litany of wild accusations.”
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(of a person) Sensible, reliable, and self-restrained
“Poets are the most down-to-earth, loyal, steady people that have ever been.”
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Not able to be shaken
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Of good financial standing
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Having only one color
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Hard-working and persistent
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Remaining calm even in situations that would cause many others to become angry, frustrated, panicky, etc.
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Attentively occupied with
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In detail, describing each step precisely and in order
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Not displaying emotion
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Lacking in speed
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Denotes a constructive or productive feeling
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Reliable and unfailing
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Orderly
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Loyal, reliable, and hard-working
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In an undamaged state
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Well balanced
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Having formally agreed to marry
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Being married to one person at a time
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Having or showing passion in the pursuit of a goal
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The pleasantness of warm and sunny weather
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Of, supporting, or pertaining to traditionalism
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Denoting or relating to an action that takes place at a particular point in time
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Voluble
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Unyielding, inflexible
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Significant in size, amount or degree
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Displaying outstanding skill, knowledge, or experience in a given field
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Used or accepted broadly
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Verb
To make or become steady
“Some methods require the chin to steady the instrument, while others require the left hand to lend support to the violin”
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To compose (one's feelings or emotions)
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“He took another shivering breath and tried to steady his nerves.”
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To place for support or steadying
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To strengthen or stabilize
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Balance out
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Help
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Be ready and prepared to do something
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To make level or equal in amount, degree, or status
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To sow or place in one's consciousness
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Make or become stiff or rigid
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A regular boyfriend or girlfriend
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“I don't know what to do or what to say any longer to her to convince her to become my steady.”
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