View definitions for steadfast
adjective as in loyal, steady
They were, he implied on more than one occasion, patriotic Americans who deserved recognition for their steadfast devotion to the Republic.
You lean on your social workers who remain steadfast in their belief that everything’s all sunshine and roses.
Astronomers long believed the pair to be our steadfast orbiting companions, like moons of the Milky Way.
Corbat called himself “a steadfast believer in term limits” in explaining the timing in a LinkedIn post.
Rhodes-Johnson remains steadfast in her belief that she did all she could for Stewart all those years ago.
I envy my refusenik friends their steadfast commitments to stay in, and contentment in doing so.
“A steadfast soldier of the law,” Felsman had said of his friend and comrade.
He remained steadfast in his belief in the promise of the conservative social network.
To date, the league has been steadfast in backing Snyder as well.
In the months following the death of our newborn daughter, I had remained steadfast in my faith, devout and prayerful.
The Afghan was true to his salt, and their own retainers, who had come with them from Lucknow, remained steadfast at this crisis.
At this part of Lorenzo's narrative, a cry, unutterable in words, burst from the engloomed but steadfast bosom of his auditor.
And these steadfast qualities Tom absorbed unconsciously through his very skin.
The driving power that forced an older self upon her had weakened before the steadfast love he bore her.
Her dress and bearing gave the impression of solid wellbeing, and steadfast purpose.
On this page you'll find 163 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to steadfast, such as: abiding, adamant, ardent, dedicated, faithful, and inflexible.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.