fixed in direction; steadily directed:
a steadfast gaze.
firm in purpose, resolution, faith, attachment, etc., as a person:
a steadfast friend.
unwavering, as resolution, faith, adherence, etc.
firmly established, as an institution or a state of affairs.
firmly fixed in place or position.
a less common spelling of steadfast
(esp of a person’s gaze) fixed in intensity or direction; steady
unwavering or determined in purpose, loyalty, etc: steadfast resolve
noun 1. a horse, especially a high-spirited one. noun 1. (archaic or literary) a horse, esp one that is spirited or swift
verb (used with object), Scot. 1. to shut, close, fasten or lock (a window, door, or the like).
noun 1. any of various modified forms of iron, artificially produced, having a carbon content less than that of pig iron and more than that of wrought iron, and having qualities of hardness, elasticity, and strength varying according to composition and heat treatment: generally categorized as having a high, medium, or low-carbon content. 2. a […]
noun, Music. 1. a band, native to Trinidad and common in the West Indies, using steel drums cut to various heights and tuned to specific pitches. noun 1. (music) a type of instrumental band, popular in the Caribbean Islands, consisting mainly of tuned percussion instruments made chiefly from the heads of oil drums, hammered or […]