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Adjective
Firmly fixed, supported, or balanced
“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
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“Poets are the most down-to-earth, loyal, steady people that have ever been.”
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Not feeling, showing, or affected by anxiety or problems
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Hard-working, diligent or regular (in attendance or work)
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Strengthened or made secure against attack
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Appearing or occurring at regular intervals
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Of good financial standing
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Attentively occupied with
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Marked by moderate behavior not given to excesses
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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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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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Proceeding by regular steps or gradations
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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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Prompt or on time
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In an organized manner
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Used or accepted broadly by most people
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Displaying outstanding skill, knowledge, or experience in a given field
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Stationary and not moving
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Steady
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Characteristic of a particular person or thing
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Significant in amount, level or degree
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Insensitive to, or unaffected by, criticism, insults or rejection
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 ready oneself for a challenging experience
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To physically prop or keep something in an upright position
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To place for support or steadying
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Settle down
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To make or become stiff or rigid
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To make level or equal in amount, degree, or status
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To put securely in place or in the desired position
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Noun
A regular boyfriend or girlfriend
“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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An illicit lover, either male or female
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