Synonyms for steadfast
ˈstɛdˌfæst, -ˌfɑst, -fəststead·fast
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English Synonyms and Antonyms
Durable (Latin durus, hard) is said almost wholly of material substances that resist wear; lasting is said of either material or immaterial things. Permanent is a word of wider meaning; a thing is permanent which is not liable to change; as, a permanent color; buildings upon a farm are called permanent improvements. Enduring is a higher word, applied to that which resists both time and change; as, enduring fame.
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firm, steadfast, steady, stiff, unbendable, unfaltering, unshakable, unwaveringadjective
marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
"firm convictions"; "a firm mouth"; "steadfast resolve"; "a man of unbendable perseverence"; "unwavering loyalty"
staunch, stiff, slopped, pissed, blind drunk, unfaltering, besotted, solid, buckram, blotto, pixilated, cockeyed, truehearted, fast(a), potent, unswerving, fast, fuddled, tight, soused, bulletproof, firm, unassailable, immobile, watertight, level, loyal, sozzled, unfluctuating, squiffy, unbendable, unshakable, soaked, unwavering, crocked, rigid, plastered, pie-eyed, sloshed, smashed, strong, starchy, loaded, wet, regular, steady
steadfast, staunch, unswervingadjective
firm and dependable especially in loyalty
"a steadfast ally"; "a staunch defender of free speech"; "unswerving devotion"; "unswerving allegiance"
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How to use steadfast in a sentence?
All the knowledge seekers must pray like this: 'Oh The Creator! Open our eyes to see the truth. Our ears to hear Your Commands and obey with a steadfast heart. Amen!
From these various sources taken together, a total financing package of around $40 billion is estimated over the four year period, this program will require the authorities' steadfast determination to reform the economy.
We must have peace in Kenosha and our communities, and any efforts or actions aimed at sowing division are unwelcome in our state as they will only hinder that healing, i’ve seen the pain and the frustration of so many, and we must remain steadfast in our commitment to ending violence in our communities, supporting victims and survivors as they heal from trauma.
She will be a powerhouse woman of color in Congress and a steadfast champion for our values. She's challenged Donald Trump face-to-face, taken on and defeated the Koch Brothers in her own backyard, and her record of getting results for working people is simply stellar.
There is no doubt in my mind that the amazing courage of Rosa and the steadfast support from thousands of Tucsonans have brought us to a resolution that ensures Rosa will be safe outside of the walls of Southside Presbyterian Church.
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- diongbháilte, buanseasmhachIrish
- tōmau, titikaha, pūmauMāori
- stødig, traustNorwegian
- yíníłdzilNavajo, Navaho
- oddany, niezłomny, niezachwianyPolish
- устойчивый, непоколебимый, верный, стойкий, преданныйRussian
- orubblig, ståndaktigSwedish
- sürekli, sabit, değişmez, daimîTurkish
- ثابت قدمUrdu
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