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disjunction, disjuncture, Disseverance, Disseverment, disunion, severance, partition, detachment, parting, separation.
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steadfast
Definition:
Firm; faithful; constant; steady.

Synonyms:

adjective
abiding
continuing, enduring, lasting, permanent, indissoluble, eternal, perpetual, steady, steadfast, everlasting, persisting, persistent.
ardent
devoted.
brave
gritty, valiant.
certain
clear, patent, incontrovertible, unmistakable, assured, decisive, set, veritable, positive, undoubted, decided, unquestionable, indisputable, undeniable, definite, incontestable, confident, trusting, irrefutable, Irrefragable, sure, absolute, convinced, doubtless, indubitable, unequivocal, certain.
constant
monochrome, unalterable, nonstop, unflappable, solid as rock, consistent, regularized, habitual, monophonic, homogeneous, unvarying, connected, unchanging, unbroken, invariable, uninterrupted, continual, standardized, equable, unfluctuating, uniform, of a piece, stabile, together, regular, immutable, even, monotonous, like the rock of gibralter.
dependable
sturdy, to be counted on, tried, trusty, trustworthy, good as one's word, carrying the load, rocklike, loyal, certain, secure, unfailing, always there.
determined
resolved, bent, pat, obstinate, decisive, set on, solid, strong-minded, bent on, earnest, strong-willed, set, on ice, unhesitating, hard-as-nails, dogged, tenacious, buckled down, purposeful, mean business, settled, serious, decided, hardboiled.
devoted
devout, behind one, loving, crazy about, zealous, gone on, stuck on, affectionate, dear, consecrated, adherent, fervid, wild about, fond, lovesome, caring, doting, concerned, thoughtful, dutiful.
diligent
careful, busy, industrious, tireless, indefatigable, sedulous, unflagging, laborious, pertinacious, attentive, occupied, conscientious, unrelenting, eager beaver, grind*, untiring, Plugging, painstaking, assiduous, eager, Operose, studious, active.
dogged
insistent, hard-nosed, unshakable, tough nut, Perseverant, hardheaded, hanging tough, perseverative, mulish, pigheaded, bullheaded.
faithful
honorable, string along with, straight, veracious, truthful, upright, on the level, circumspect, honest, genuine, attached, patriotic, hard-core, scrupulous, sincere, confiding, incorruptible, dyed-in-the-wool, tried and true, obedient.
fast
wedged, glued.
gritty
hardy.
hard-line
hardline, Ungiving, stern, hard line.
hell-bent
hell-bent, hellbent.
indifferent
unmoved.
liege
liege.
motionless
deadlocked, apoplectic, stock-still.
obstinate
obstinate, self-willed, mulish, opinionative.
permanent
diurnal, unfading, forever and a day, in for the long haul, perduring, imperishable, indestructible.
persevering
lasting, surviving, unwavering, stoical, indomitable, patient, unflagging, indefatigable, persevering, tenacious, persistent, unfaltering, brave, enduring, abiding.
reliable
incorrupt, tried, there, trustworthy, True-hearted, predictable, high-principled.
resolute
intent, willing, hearty, loyal, firm, iron-willed, dogged, determined, earnest, inexorable, headstrong, tireless, spunky, intent upon, relentless, indomitable, decisive, strong-willed, unbending, dauntless, steady, deliberate, plucky, diligent, devoted, strong-minded, stubborn, courageous, serious, unyielding, stern, thorough, implacable, decided, insistent, steely, single-minded, zealous, ruthless, valiant, unchangeable, tough, constant, dedicated, fearless, unshakeable, indefatigable, uncompromising, persistent, unflinching, persevering, staunch, bullheaded, true, unwavering, resolved, bold, tenacious, resolute, faithful, reliable, committed, set.
single-minded
Undesigning, singleminded.
solid
law-abiding.
stable
durable, firm, stable, immovable, consistent, set, staying put, solid, constant, persistent, steady, permanent, brick-wall, well-built, continuous, brick wall, invariable, changeless.
steadfast
immovable, immobile, abiding, wholehearted, unwavering, unbending, allegiant, fixed, true, established, dedicated, liege, resolute, unswerving, stable, inexorable, intent, persevering, faithful, single-minded, unqualified, unmovable, sure, stubborn, unfaltering, rigid, tried-and-true, unflinching, enduring, bound, staunch, unquestioning, intense, unyielding, reliable, ardent, dependable, fast, never-failing, inflexible, true-blue, changeless, obdurate, constant, relentless, adamant, firm.
stock-still
stockstill.
strong
iron-willed, take charge.
tenacious
dauntless, bulldogged, tenacious, true, bold, indomitable, tough, hearty, dogged, brave, fervent, determined, courageous, persistent, headstrong, indefatigable, flintlike, obstinate, unforgetful, strong, persevering, hard, insistent, strong-willed, tireless, decisive, unflagging, stubborn, stony, bullheaded, diligent, spunky, retentive, staunch, faithful, undaunted, enduring, stiff, obdurate, devoted, plucky, resolute.
true
veridical, no lie, truehearted, undistorted.
true-blue
in good faith, true-blue, true blue.
unfailing
surefire.
untiring
indefatigable.
wholehearted
whole-hearted.
noun
loyal
stalwart, diehard, trustworthy.
steadfast
staunch, steady, constant, resolute, unwavering, unshakable, firm, unswerving, unfaltering, unbendable.
Examples of usage:
  1. She was better than most of the women he knew in one respect if in no other: she was steadfast. – From the Housetops by George Barr McCutcheon
  2. He is interesting for a singular and early mastery of the couplet, which the following extract will show:- " O Thou, who all things hast of nothing made, Whose hand the radiant firmament displayed, With such an undiscerned swiftness hurled About the steadfast centre of the world; Against whose rapid course the restless sun, And wandering flames in varied motions run. – A History of English Literature Elizabethan Literature by George Saintsbury
  3. He would not leave Earlescourt; he would only love her the better for her steadfast truth. – Dora Thorne by Charlotte M. Braeme
  4. She knew that they were thinking of her and a sense of soothing warmth enfolded her, born of the knowledge of their steadfast adoration. – Marjorie Dean College Freshman by Pauline Lester
  5. Barely understanding what had passed, or the steps by which his plan had been discovered, on one point he was still clear, steadfast, and resolute: and that was, that come what might, he would not betray his brother! – A Little Wizard by Stanley J. Weyman

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