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stead·fast (sted·fast)

steadfast (stedfast)

 
pronunciation:
sted faest [or] sted fst
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: reliable; loyal.
a steadfast friend
synonyms:
constant, dependable, loyal, reliable, stalwart, staunch
antonyms:
disloyal
similar words:
devoted, faithful, fast, good, resolute, steady, sturdy, sure, true, unfailing, unwavering
definition 2: not likely to change; firmly established.
on a steadfast course
synonyms:
firm, steady, unchanging
antonyms:
capricious, wavering
similar words:
constant, deep-rooted, deep-seated, fixed, immutable, inexorable, set, single-minded, stable, stationary, true, unvarying
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derivations: steadfastly (adv.), steadfastness (n.)
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