Using a traveling steady will minimize vibration or chattering.
The joints in your ankles and wrists are gliding joints. (Holding your forearm steady while your hand is upward and then wave side-to-side with your hand is an example).
A hovercraft use a cushion of air to reduce friction. In extreme engineering applications there are also air bearings, bearings where a steady flow of air acts as a lubricant between two very finely machined surfaces to keep them apart.
As steady as a rock
Its steady !
it is move for the opposite of steady
The opposite of steady is rickety.
She dates a lot, but she has never had a steadyboyfriend.The students are making steady progress in math and reading.Could you hold the ladder steady while I climb up?We had a steady flow of customers in the store all afternoon.
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all music has a steady beat
the answer is steady
Steady is an adjective. The noun form is steadiness.
you are very steady on the ripstick
The past tense of steady is steadied.
The population of Steady Brook is 435.
Steady velocity means keeping the same speed. Like in "between the stations, the train maintained a steady velocity".
The Raconteurs - Steady As She Goes
It is on iTunes under "Steady Mobbin'".
The correponding noun to the adjective steady is steadiness.
The funeral procession moved at a slow, steady pace.
In physiology, a steady state is called homeostasis.
yes the flow of water in a river is steady.
No. Steady is an adjective. The adverb form would be steadily.
Just bring her in slow and steady.