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adherence steady or faithful attachment or devotion, as to a person, party, or principle; faithfulness; fidelity. [1/2 definitions]
anchor to hold steady, as with an anchor. [1/7 definitions]
blue-chip denoting common stock that commands a high price because of its record of steady earnings. [1/2 definitions]
brace to support, hold steady, or strengthen with or as if with a brace. [2/10 definitions]
chock to furnish or hold steady with a chock or chocks. [1/3 definitions]
coulomb a unit of electrical charge equal to the charge of 6.28 times 1018 electrons or the charge transferred in one second by a steady current of one ampere.
Crock-Pot trademark for an electric slow cooker that maintains a steady low temperature.
cruise control a control mechanism in automobiles which keeps the vehicle traveling at a steady speed that is set by the driver.
dial tone the steady hum or buzzing sound in a telephone receiver indicating that the line is open and a number may be dialed.
dogtrot a slow, steady trot like that of a dog.
even steady; calm. [1/17 definitions]
firm1 not easily changed by outside forces or pressures; steady. [1/6 definitions]
fix to make stable or steady; fasten securely. [1/13 definitions]
flow a stream or series of things, ideas, or events; steady progression. [2/8 definitions]
glare1 a steady, blinding light. [2/6 definitions]
guy2 to make steady or secure using a guy. [1/2 definitions]
interdict to deter or impede by the steady use of firepower. [1/4 definitions]
jog1 to ride (a horse) at a steady trot. [4/9 definitions]
launcher a device used to hold missiles steady for firing. [1/2 definitions]
level of a steady disposition or judgment. [1/15 definitions]
loyal showing steady adherence, service, or faithfulness, as to a government, group, person, ideal, or the like (often fol. by "to").