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steady-going

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Definition of steady-going in English:

adjective

(Of a person) moderate and sensible in behaviour; level-headed.
Example sentences
  • But when she was in the house and regularly set down to her sewing she'd look that quiet and steady-going you'd think she was only fit to teach in a school or sell laces and gloves.

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