steadfast

[ sted-fast, -fahst, -fuhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF steadfast
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"No surrender" was the steadfast motto of Bismarck and his royal master.

Their offspring bold fares hither to seek the steadfast friend.

Had he not looked in time, and with clear, steadfast eyes, might he not have fallen?

The faith in life which the master had implanted in her kept her brave and steadfast.

Paul had not shifted his steadfast gaze from his brother's face.

Only in the case of the brave old Captain Strathmore was it deep and steadfast.

It cost the other woman an effort of renunciation, but she was steadfast to her secret purpose.

He had proved himself fit to lead them, and they had a steadfast confidence in him.

There is a steadfast perseverance in clinging to the legitimate Sovereign.

It is a people eminently religious: steadfast in the faith.'

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