- s marked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable
- s firm and dependable especially in loyalty
a steadfast ally
- The President is steadfast in his continuous support of the island people who have been traumatised by the recent earthquake.
- Whatever be the circumstance, a leader's job is to give heart to his followers by looking steadfast, capable and decisive.
- Howard has been steadfast in his efforts to get the world's attention on the fast receding glaciers.
News & Articles
- Phillies Notes: Amaro says he's not ready to part with stars
DENVER - After Friday's game, the Phillies will play 38 more times before July 31, a day that is once again viewed as the reckoning. One of baseball's most expensive payrolls has underachieved for the second straight season. The general manager is steadfast in affirming his commitment to the current players, but what else should Ruben Amaro Jr. say in mid-June?
June 15, 2013 - The Philadelphia Inquirer
- Street may get company’s name
The city is poised to rename a street in recognition of one of its top employers.If approved, Berk Boulevard would become Bilstein Boulevard, “in recognition of the investments, job creation and steadfast commitment to the City of Hamilton by ThyssenKrupp Bilstein,” City Manager Joshua Smith said in a June 12 letter to council members requesting the move.
June 14, 2013 - The Hamilton Journal News
- Company Pulls "Chicago Stronger" Hawks T-Shirts
Complaints about the t-shirts prompts removal, company stays steadfast with message. Photo Credit: Cubby Tees
June 14, 2013 - NBC Chicago