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steadfast
used in Great Expectations

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Definition
firmly consistent — especially in loyalty
  • And the oncommonest workman can't show himself oncommon in a gridiron,— for a gridiron IS a gridiron," said Joe, steadfastly impressing it upon me, as if he were endeavouring to rouse me from a fixed delusion, "and you may haim at what you like, but a gridiron it will come out, either by your leave or again your leave, and you can't help yourself—"
    Chapter 15 (24% in)

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