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steady

Nautical (of a vessel) keeping upright, as in heavy seas
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Incredibly, Muhala and Frankie are now going steady. A rare success for a programme that thrives on match-making disasters.
Kidderminster are going steady in mid-table but Southport and Chester fans will keep a keen eye on Welling who are vying to move up in the lower reaches of the division.
If you think about it, the lad you like has just come out of a relationship - so he has shown he is capable of going steady. It's likely he isn't quite ready to jump back into another one.
Gold has been going steady at this strong price range for the past two months.
"Both Saif and Bebo have been going steady for several years and are now ready to take that relationship to another level with a wedding," a source said.
The third category revolves around the types of things they did to show their affection, such as holding hands, kissing, and going steady.
Racing or not, when the rest of the family sat down to a big turkey dinner on Christmas Day I made sure I kept to a small portion, as I'm still going steady with my eating until we get back to regular action.
The home team were going steady until N Lonsdale (7-7) was introduced and they collapsed to 102 all out.
Citroen and Peugeot have been caught in a menage a trois with Nissan, Ford ditched Land Rover and Aston Martin are still going steady with Mazda and Volvo.
Factors believed to contribute, however, are the nation's continued economic prosperity, teen-agers "going steady" at progressively younger ages, and a significant percentage of pre-marital pregnancies in young girls.
Vancouver Opera and Carmen have been going steady for a long time.