Firmly fixed, supported, or balanced; not shaking or moving
the lighter the camera, the harder it is to hold steady
he refilled her glass with a steady hand
Not faltering or wavering; controlled
a steady gaze
she tried to keep her voice steady
(of a person) Sensible, reliable, and self-restrained
a solid, steady young man
Regular, even, and continuous in development, frequency, or intensity
a steady decline in the national birth rate
sales remain steady
Not changing; regular and established
I thought I'd better get a steady job
a steady boyfriend
(of a ship) Moving without deviation from its course
Used as a warning to someone to keep calm or take care
Steady now! We don't want you hurting yourself
Make or become steady
I took a deep breath to steady my nerves
she's the one steadying influence in his life
by the beginning of May prices had steadied
A person's regular boyfriend or girlfriend
his steady chucked him two weeks ago
not subject to change or variation especially in behavior; "a steady beat"; "a steady job"; "a steady breeze"; "a steady increase"; "a good steady ballplayer"
sweetheart: a person loved by another person
brace: support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace; "brace your elbows while working on the potter's wheel"
firm: not liable to fluctuate or especially to fall; "stocks are still firm"
securely in position; not shaky; "held the ladder steady"
firm: marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable; "firm convictions"; "a firm mouth"; "steadfast resolve"; "a man of unbendable perseverence"; "unwavering loyalty"
regular: relating to a person who does something regularly; "a regular customer"; "a steady drinker"
not easily excited or upset; "steady nerves"
(steadiness) freedom from wavering or indecision; constancy of resolve or conduct; "He trusted her clear steadiness that she would do what she said"
Steady is the eight track studio album by recording artist Jim Bianco. It was released on March 21, 2006 in Japan. Currently, it is only available on itunes in Japan.
To stabilize something; to prevent from shaking; smooth and not bumpy or with obstructions; regular and even; slow
(Steadiness) (Submission in Marston's time): People with High S styles scores want a steady pace, security, and don't like sudden change. Low S intensity scores are those who like change and variety. ...
(Steadiness) A measure of nervousness of the berth plan. It is preferable that a plan can be executed as-is without any last minute changes.
When hunting upland birds, a flushing dog should be steady to wing and shot, meaning that he sits when a bird rises or a gun is fired. He does this in order to mark the fall and to avoid flushing other birds when pursuing a missed bird.
The continuous illumination of a signal indication for the duration of an interval, signal phase, or consecutive signal phases. (MUTCD)
Supplies and demand generally in good balance - prices unchanged.
"It is not affected by any Status Changes."
A hound that is not flighty or flashy. Also, a huntsman steadies his hounds when they are uncertain.
Any device, or jig that used to stop vibration of thin spindle work, or thin walled faceplate projects. Spindle steadies and bowl steadies are two examples.
means when something is not easily moved or shaken out of place. What’s the word?
A dog which waits to be sent for a mark(s) after they are thrown; a dog that does not break. The term is used to describe when a dog sees a bird or birds fall while remaining in the position commanded by the handler. A steady dog should remain steady until commanded to do otherwise by the handler.
A command used to slow down a moving dog that is pushing the stock too hard or closing in on the livestock's flight zone at too great a speed. If no reduction in speed, the livestock may split or run rather than move off the dog in a controlled manner.
or EASY: This command tells the dog to rate his speed, move slower.