Definition of Steadier

1. Adjective. (comparative of steady) ¹



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Definition of Steadier

1. one that steadies [n -S] - See also: steadies

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steadier

staysail
staysails
stderr
stdin
stdout
steacyite
stead
steaded
steadfast
steadfaster
steadfastest
steadfastly
steadfastness
steadfastnesses
steadied
steadier (current term)
steadiers
steadies
steadiest
steadily
steadiness
steadinesses
steading
steadings
steads
steady
steady-going
steady-state
steady as a rock
steady down

Literary usage of Steadier

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1. Science Abstracts by Institution of Electrical Engineers (1900)
"... of interruption is of course much steadier than in the Wehnelt interrupter, but on the other hand it cannot be brought much higher than 100 per second. ..."

2. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Thomas Humphry Ward (1918)
"7 Stronger and steadier every hour The pulses of the season's glee As higher climbs that vernal Power Which rules the azure revelry. ..."

3. John L. Stoddard's Lectures by John Lawson Stoddard (1898)
"As brain grew steadier and vision clearer, I saw, directly opposite, the other side of the Canon thirteen miles away. It was a mountain wall, ..."

4. John L. Stoddard's Lectures: Illustrated and Embellished with Views of the by John Lawson Stoddard (1898)
"... As brain grew steadier and vision clearer, I saw, directly opposite, the other side of the Canon thirteen miles away. It was a mountain wall, ..."

5. The English Poets: Selections with Critical Introductions by Various Writers by Thomas Humphry Ward (1918)
"7 Stronger and steadier every hour The pulses of the season's glee As higher climbs that vernal Power Which rules the azure revelry. ..."

6. Literary Criticisms and Other Papers by Horace Binney Wallace (1856)
"like a glass of spirits : a stout man can work better and steadier after it; a feeble one is only intoxicated. There is a fearlessness, and force, ..."

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