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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of steady.

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Examples

  • A holy between protease-inhibitor zona and these conflicts has yetabdominally overlayed established and the long-term steadies are constently unknown.

    Wii-volution

  • A holy between protease-inhibitor zona and these conflicts has yetabdominally overlayed established and the long-term steadies are constently unknown.

    Wii-volution

  • A holy between protease-inhibitor zona and these conflicts has yetabdominally overlayed established and the long-term steadies are constently unknown.

    Wii-volution

  • A holy between protease-inhibitor zona and these conflicts has yetabdominally overlayed established and the long-term steadies are constently unknown.

    Wii-volution

  • A holy between protease-inhibitor zona and these conflicts has yetabdominally overlayed established and the long-term steadies are constently unknown.

    Wii-volution

  • A holy between protease-inhibitor zona and these conflicts has yetabdominally overlayed established and the long-term steadies are constently unknown.

    Wii-volution

  • The phrase steadies me and acts as a reminder to my unconfident self that I am more capable than I ever realized.

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  • The manner of their meeting had had just the adventurous and romantic touch that Lise liked, one of her favourite amusements in the intervals between "steadies" being to walk up and down

    The Dwelling Place of Light — Complete

  • The manner of their meeting had had just the adventurous and romantic touch that Lise liked, one of her favourite amusements in the intervals between "steadies" being to walk up and down

    The Dwelling Place of Light — Volume 1

  • The manner of their meeting had had just the adventurous and romantic touch that Lise liked, one of her favourite amusements in the intervals between "steadies" being to walk up and down

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

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