- v make steady
- v support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace
- s causing to become steady
had a steadying effect on her nerves
- The Administration knows that it has to save GM as part of steadying the economy, but it has put itself into a policy position where killing some jobs is the excuse for saving .
- As a young man of mixed race, without a firm anchor in any community, without even a father's steadying hand, this essential American ideal that our destinies are not written .
- Yes, there are early signs that home sales are steadying and prices are picking up, but some owners have been waiting for years to sell to move to new towns, to better jobs .
- Phil Thompson in Daily Express
The club needs a steadying influence and Roy will provide that,said former Liverpool captain Phil Thompson. "He's done a fantastic job at Fulham and has a wealth of experience having managed all over Europe.
- Jim Rutherford in ESPN
Carolina president and general manager Jim Rutherford called Wesley "a steadying force on our blueline."
- Darcy Regier in Sports Network
We are delighted to have Teppo back for a third season in Buffalo,Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier said. "He provides great leadership and is a steadying influence on our blueline, while continuing to act as a positive role model for...