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steadfast
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

4 uses
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Definition
firmly consistent — especially in loyalty
  • There was a game room, where a young, sunburned soldier was tilting a pinball machine with a kind of steadfast resentment.
    p. 591.3
  • How can they be pardoned for Vietnam, for their conduct in Nicaragua, for their steadfast and gross contribution to the proliferation of nuclear arms?
    p. 230.2
  • There was no manifestation of contemporary culture that did not indicate to my grandmother how steadfast was the nation's decline, how merciless our mental and moral deterioration, how swiftly all-embracing our final decadence.
    p. 264.6
  • " And if that morsel could not satisfy our hunger to be comforted, Pastor Merrill led us further into Lamentations: " Tor the Lord will not cast off for ever, but, though he cause grief, he will have compassion according to the abundance of his steadfast love; for he does not willingly afflict or grieve the sons of men.'
    p. 574.2

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