Synonyms of steadfast
1 loyalDictionary • a steadfast friend
loyal • He was always such a loyal friend.
faithful • Older Americans are among this country's most faithful voters.
stalwart • a stalwart supporter of the colonial government
staunch • He's a staunch supporter of controls on government spending.
constant • She couldn't bear the thought of losing her constant companion.
steady • He was firm and steady, unlike other men she knew.
reliable • She was efficient and reliable.
dependable • He was a good friend and a dependable companion.
2 resoluteDictionary • He remained steadfast in his belief that he had done the right thing.
resolute • a decisive and resolute international leader
firm • He held a firm belief in the afterlife.
fast • He held the gate fast.
fixed • people who have fixed ideas about things
stable • a stable marriage
intent • She looked from one intent face to another.
single-minded • a single-minded determination to win
unwavering • She has been encouraged by the unwavering support of her family.
immovable • On one issue, however, she was immovable.
unflinching • The armed forces had pledged their unflinching support and loyalty.
unswerving • her unswerving belief in her father's innocence
unfaltering • Thomas Covenant's stride went on, as unfaltering as clockwork.
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• She couldn't bear the thought of losing her constant companion.
dependableIf you say that someone or something is dependable, you approve of them because you feel that you can be sure that they will always act consistently or sensibly, or do what you need them to do.
• He was a good friend and a dependable companion.
faithfulSomeone who is faithful to a person, organization, idea, or activity remains firm in their belief in them or support for them.
• Older Americans are among this country's most faithful voters. • She had remained faithful to her husband.
Thesaurus for steadfast from the Collins English Thesaurus
(esp of a person's gaze) fixed in intensity or direction; steady