steady

[ sted-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF steady

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STEADY

His eyes, round and full and steady, taxed her with falsehood, with hypocrisy.

She stopped the running and meditated with a steady, hard deliberation.

Dozier kept Gray Peter at a steady pace, never varying his gait.

In the next room the voices of the four were a steady, rumbling murmur.

That sort o' trade, ye see, miss, the demand's not steady in it.

As he grows weary, he grasps the straps on either side to steady him.

A steady hand and a true eye, boys; so let two quarts be a bowman's portion.

One might still have friends, big and strong, steady of eye and voice.

Dear K., with his steady eyes and his long surgeon's fingers!

They should have a company of older men here who have seen service to steady them.

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