Definition of steadier in English:

steadier

noun

See steady

  • ‘The poverty of the Tipperary team surprised, even considering the greater physical presence of the winners who were far steadier in the tackle.’
  • ‘Without doubt our defence is a much steadier ship these days.’
  • ‘Orr was the steadier of the two, going bogey-free, but it was Forsyth who left the course knowing he could and should have scored even better than he did.’
  • ‘I noticed today that I'm working steadier and with more purpose, not throwing myself into jobs but working through them.’
  • ‘We had opted for a day in the mountains to begin with, followed by some steadier walking.’