Difficult Words :

Stigmatize and Steadfast





Difficult Words : Stigmatize and Steadfast

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Steadfast (STED fast) adj: loyal, faithful

Steadfast love is love that never wavers.

To be steadfast in a relationship is to be faithfully committed. To be steadfast is to be like a rock, unchanging, unwavering and unmoving.




Stigmatize (STIG muh TIZE) v: to brand with disgrace, to set a mark of disgrace upon

Steve's jeans were Lee's instead of Levi's, and this mistake stigmatized him for the rest of his high school career.



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