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Definition of "steeling" [steel•ing]

  • Present participle of steel. (verb)

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Use "steeling" in a sentence
  • "The ones that are against are only the rich ones that steeling from the people."
  • "Geronimo did not think it all out then, nor till long afterwards, but in steeling himself to set a point of – let it be granted – ecclesiatical propriety above the much weightier matter of human sympathy, and a regard for moral results on others, he had followed the Pharisees of old, rather than Him who imposed none but necessary burdens on the tremulous human mind."
  • ""You had best go," said Grannie, looking up at the girl with her bright blue eyes, and a determined expression steeling her sweet old mouth almost to sternness."