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  • steadfast — adjective Etymology: Middle English stedefast, from Old English stedefæst, from stede + fæst fixed, fast Date: before 12th century 1. a. firmly fixed in place ; immovable b. not subject to change < the steadfast doctrine of original sin Ellen… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • steadfast — stead|fast [ sted,fæst ] adjective not changing your opinions or actions, because you have a strong belief in something or someone: be/remain steadfast (in something): They remained steadfast in their refusal to release the terrorists. ╾… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • steadfast — [[t]ste̱dfɑːst, fæst[/t]] ADJ GRADED: oft ADJ in n (approval) If someone is steadfast in something that they are doing, they are convinced that what they are doing is right and they refuse to change it or to give up. He remained steadfast in his… …   English dictionary

  • steadfast — UK [ˈstedˌfɑːst] / US [ˈstedˌfæst] adjective not changing your opinions or actions, because you have a strong belief in someone or something be/remain steadfast (in something): They remained steadfast in their refusal to release the terrorists.… …   English dictionary

  • steadfast — [ˈstedˌfɑːst] adj not changing your opinions or actions, because you have a strong belief in someone or something …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • SHABBETAI ẒEVI — (1626–1676), the central figure of Shabbateanism, the messianic movement named after him. Background of the Movement Shabbateanism was the largest and most momentous messianic movement in Jewish history subsequent to the destruction of the Temple …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • spiritualism — spiritualistic, adj. spiritualistically, adv. /spir i chooh euh liz euhm/, n. 1. the belief or doctrine that the spirits of the dead, surviving after the mortal life, can and do communicate with the living, esp. through a person (a medium)… …   Universalium

  • faith — n 1 a: allegiance or loyalty to a duty or a person b: sincerity or honesty of intentions see also bad faith, good faith 2: fidelity to one s promises and obligations …   Law dictionary

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