sweetheart, sweetie, steady, truelove(adj)
a person loved by another person
shifting, tottering, tremulous, unsteady, faltering, excitable, shaky, uneven, convulsive, unstable, palpitant, shuddering, spastic, shivering, quavering, aflicker(p), jerking, flickering, fluctuating, infrequent, shifty, irresolute, wobbling, spasmodic, tottery, jerky, insecure, arrhythmic, palpitating, trembling
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"
jerking, shuddering, arrhythmic, unstable, spastic, uneven, tottering, excitable, unsteady, aflicker(p), tremulous, shaky, shifty, spasmodic, flickering, palpitant, shifting, convulsive, faltering, fluctuating, wobbling, palpitating, infrequent, insecure, irresolute, jerky, shivering, trembling, tottery, quavering
firm, steady, unfluctuating(adj)
not liable to fluctuate or especially to fall
"stocks are still firm"
irresolute, tottery, palpitant, shivering, unsteady, flickering, convulsive, infrequent, shifty, trembling, jerking, faltering, tottering, palpitating, arrhythmic, quavering, spastic, aflicker(p), shaky, spasmodic, shuddering, shifting, unstable, jerky, tremulous, insecure, fluctuating, excitable, wobbling, uneven
securely in position; not shaky
"held the ladder steady"
fluctuating, faltering, jerking, convulsive, infrequent, spasmodic, quavering, arrhythmic, shaky, tottery, tremulous, unsteady, aflicker(p), flickering, insecure, uneven, unstable, shifty, tottering, shuddering, shifting, palpitating, shivering, spastic, excitable, irresolute, palpitant, wobbling, jerky, trembling
firm, steadfast, steady, stiff, unbendable, unfaltering, unshakable, unwavering(adj)
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, steadfast, 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
tottering, excitable, palpitating, shifty, faltering, fluctuating, arrhythmic, uneven, tottery, infrequent, spasmodic, unstable, jerky, shivering, wobbling, shuddering, spastic, quavering, unsteady, insecure, tremulous, flickering, trembling, convulsive, irresolute, shifting, palpitant, shaky, aflicker(p), jerking
relating to a person who does something regularly
"a regular customer"; "a steady drinker"
quavering, tottery, shivering, insecure, palpitant, jerking, spasmodic, tottering, wobbling, shifting, excitable, convulsive, spastic, infrequent, uneven, faltering, shifty, unstable, shuddering, arrhythmic, palpitating, jerky, shaky, irresolute, tremulous, fluctuating, unsteady, aflicker(p), flickering, trembling
not easily excited or upset
fluctuating, shifting, wobbling, tottery, shifty, spastic, infrequent, excitable, quavering, tremulous, insecure, spasmodic, jerking, trembling, aflicker(p), unstable, flickering, unsteady, palpitating, faltering, shuddering, shivering, tottering, convulsive, palpitant, shaky, uneven, irresolute, arrhythmic, jerky
steady, calm, becalm(verb)
arrhythmic, faltering, shifty, insecure, irresolute, tremulous, quavering, uneven, jerking, unsteady, wobbling, spasmodic, palpitant, spastic, trembling, excitable, fluctuating, aflicker(p), tottering, jerky, tottery, unstable, flickering, infrequent, shivering, shaky, shuddering, convulsive, palpitating, shifting
brace, steady, stabilize, stabilise(adverb)
support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace
"brace your elbows while working on the potter's wheel"
shuddering, tottery, insecure, arrhythmic, shaky, infrequent, unsteady, aflicker(p), irresolute, shifty, jerky, excitable, trembling, tremulous, shivering, spastic, jerking, uneven, shifting, quavering, flickering, spasmodic, palpitating, fluctuating, tottering, palpitant, wobbling, convulsive, unstable, faltering
in a steady manner
"he could still walk steadily"
wobbling, shifting, palpitating, jerky, trembling, shuddering, shaky, uneven, jerking, unstable, faltering, convulsive, insecure, flickering, tremulous, arrhythmic, excitable, spasmodic, quavering, unsteady, tottery, fluctuating, shifty, tottering, palpitant, spastic, aflicker(p), shivering, infrequent, irresolute
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They package sugar with fiber which leads to a slow and steady, rather than sharp, rise in blood sugar.
Is there an all clear signal for the broader market ? No. You're going to have to take things quarter by quarter, that's why it will be important to focus on quality companies with strong cash flows and steady dividends.
You can rely on a steady paycheck every two weeks building another persons business or you can generate income on a daily basis building your own. I chose the latter of the two options.
There is a steady increase in interest. But it needs to be tapped properly and it will take time.
The economic peaks and valleys that the global diamond market experienced over the last few years are steady, at least for the time being, but the industry cannot afford to get too comfortable, macroeconomics, along with other factors - financing, marketing challenges, undisclosed synthetic diamonds, environmental concerns, social awareness, and even country-specific preferences - stand in the way of an easy, straight path to sustained diamond industry growth over the long-term.
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- plynulý, klidnýCzech
- stetig, stabilisierenGerman
- fijo, firme, liso, estableSpanish
- tasapainottaa, vakaa, vakauttaaFinnish
- régulier, lisse, stableFrench
- cunbhalach, seasmhachScottish Gaelic
- 安定, 着実Japanese
- māhoi, whakamatua, rōnakiMāori
- stabiliseren, gestaagDutch
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