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- adv. In a steadfast manner; firmly; with conviction; resolutely.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a steadfast manner; firmly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a steadfast manner.
- Steadily; fixedly; intently.
- Assuredly; certainly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with resolute determination
And yet both groups remain steadfastly committed to the Democratic party.
Leave it to America to want a broken system to remain steadfastly in place as a National Treasure ... so as to flag future generations to our incompetence and stubbornness as a culture.
The A's remain steadfastly in Pena's corner, though a brief trip to the minors for regrouping isn't out of the question.
But he steadfastly refused, whereupon they put him to death after the manner described in the tale in the case of Bertric, while he called steadfastly upon
This confusion of the verbal forms creates an problem down the line with the idea of "steadfastly", even if the writer of this document and I can’t think the bishop would have misquoted the Motu Proprio, had actually quoted the M.P. accurately.
He held, as some do at the present day, that "if the law be unjust, then is it, _ipso facto_, void and of no force:" so that "the laws against recusants -- are to be esteemed as no laws by such as steadfastly believe these [Romish rites] to be necessary observances of the true religion ...
The Bush administration, though, did not follow this procedure for those brought to Guantanamo; it did not provide them any hearings and for years steadfastly maintained that it did not need to do so.
He condemned those who used the Bible to justify racism, oppression and homophobia, but also steadfastly defended the text's message.
Sadly for economic lessons, reality seems to fairly steadfastly refuse to clearly hew to economic reality where Minimum Wage is concerned.
My dad, a steadfastly ethical person who would rather alert every newspaper in town than kow-tow to extortion, refused and prepared to spend whatever time it took to get his plane.