go steady[ sted-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF go steady
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“But I expect Dick thinks it was worth his while to have to go steady,” said Cresswell.
Not to try and run, not to break out of a walk; to go steady, and yet keep ahead!
He says, 'Be careful, you, of the water-pot; go steady with your syringe.
This puts the minx entirely in my power; le tour est joué; she will now go steady in harness, or I will know the reason why.
By riding slow, I mean taking a pull about three or four lengths from the fence, and getting your horse to go steady and look.
This puts the minx entirely in my power; le tour est jou; she will now go steady in harness, or I will know the reason why.
However, I determined to go steady, and I crept up to a dark thorn-bush and stood still.