Definition of steadiness in US English:

steadiness

noun

  • See steady

    • ‘Recently I have begun to wonder if these kinds of tests requiring cleverness instead of steadiness can really contribute to improve their English abilities.’
    • ‘Any implication that there is a lack of unity on the issue within the administration, or a lack of steadiness in the policy, is simply not true.’
    • ‘This is a year in which the qualities of steadiness, patience, loyalty and bravery will be richly rewarded.’
    • ‘We'll be close as we can to the team we play to make sure we retain a steadiness.’
    • ‘It was in attack that Waterford lost this game, not for want of effort but for steadiness in finishing.’

Pronunciation

steadiness

/ˈstedēnəs//ˈstɛdinəs/