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go steady

Date one person exclusively, as in Parents often don't approve of their children's decision to go steady. This usage may be obsolescent. [Slang; c. 1900] Also see go together, def. 2; go with, def. 1.
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Go steady with the stakes, though, as Arsenal are unbeaten in eight and have won their last five games.
He's had a long time out, so we need to go steady with him and give him a little bit of time.
It wouldn't inconvenience her too much if she were ridden closer to the pace and I would rather see her on the tail of the leader if they go steady early on
At one point Chase pulls himself together enough to get a job as an art teacher and go steady with the reliable Julia, but his dependency on Michele gets the better of him.
Apart from in his three-year-old season, he has usually had a lead, but I told Jamie if they were going to go steady, he might as well go on.
He's got a touch of class and comes right into this if they go steady.
He's not entered in the Arc and we will go steady this year, as the plan is to keep him in training as a four-year-old.
Here they go steady early, then the tempo picks up gradually.