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It fills and steadies the pulse, and plants the planet plump under one's feet.
The knowledge steadies the nerves and enables the mind to deal more firmly with the crisis.
THE LONG NIGHTSTANLEY WEYMAN
Then, falling forward upon his hands, he steadies himself while great sobs come heaving from his mighty chest.
CORPORAL CAMERONRALPH CONNOR
In all cases the middle finger of the left hand pushes or steadies the knife, or acts as a fulcrum.
WOOD-BLOCK PRINTINGF. MORLEY FLETCHER
Power, which strengthens and steadies all but weak men, only too often drives women to destruction.
The brooks and shallow steadies were now full up from the heavy rains, so we poled where we had to portage coming in.
A fixture at his back steadies the weights both back and front, weighing forty pounds each.
LORD DOLPHINHARRIET A. CHEEVER
He throws himself timidly on the back of his corpulent companion; he clings to her desperately, and steadies himself.
The intellect is clear and unwavering; but the heart clings to old traditions, and steadies itself on the rock of duty.
AMIEL'S JOURNALHENRI-FRDRIC AMIEL
Who brings to birth the plants of sacrifice; Who steadies earth, so strong is he and broad.

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