Comparative form of steady: more steady (adjective)
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Use "steadier" in a sentence
"By the late 1920s, many business and labor leaders and academic economists believed that policies to keep wage rates high would maintain workers' level of purchasing, providing the "steadier" markets necessary to thwart economic contractions."
"The Republican convention ultimately settled upon Charles E. Hughes, who certainly was not beloved by the bosses, but who was regarded as "steadier" than Roosevelt."
"That evening Toby announced that the sea was calmer, but still too rough to freeze, and the next morning that the water was much "steadier," though yet not enough to freeze."