go steady

go steady  {v. phr.}
To go on dates with the same person all the time; dale just one person.
At first Tom and Martha were not serious about each other, but now they are going steady.
Jean went steady with Bob for a year; then they had a quarrel and stopped dating each other.
Syn.: KEEP COMPANY.
Contrast: PLAY THE FIELD.
Categories: date verb

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