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  • Steadfastness — Stead fast*ness, n. The quality or state of being steadfast; firmness; fixedness; constancy. The steadfastness of your faith. Col. ii. 5. [1913 Webster] To prove her wifehood and her steadfastness. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • steadfastness — index adherence (devotion), adhesion (loyalty), allegiance, constant, diligence (perseverance) …   Law dictionary

  • steadfastness — steadfast ► ADJECTIVE ▪ resolutely or dutifully firm and unwavering. DERIVATIVES steadfastly adverb steadfastness noun. ORIGIN Old English, «standing firm» (see STEAD(Cf. ↑stead), FAST(Cf. ↑fast)) …   English terms dictionary

  • Steadfastness and Confrontation Front — The Steadfastness and Confrontation Front ( ar. جبهة الصمود والتصدي) was a political initiative by a number of Arab governments in the 1970s, related to the Arab Israeli Conflict. Background The Steadfastness and Confrontation Front was formed in …   Wikipedia

  • steadfastness — noun see steadfast …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • steadfastness — noun a) Loyalty in the face of trouble and difficulty. b) Steadfast resolution …   Wiktionary

  • steadfastness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Faithfulness or devotion to a person, a cause, obligations, or duties: allegiance, constancy, faithfulness, fealty, fidelity, loyalty. See CONTINUE, OBLIGATION …   English dictionary for students

  • steadfastness — stead·fast·ness || stedfæstnɪs / fɑːst n. loyalty, faithfulness; quality of being unchanging, steadiness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • steadfastness — stead·fast·ness …   English syllables

  • steadfastness — See: steadfast …   English dictionary

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