Slow and steadily wins the race.
Prices have been rising steadily.
The work was carried on steadily.
The work is progressing steadily.
The crime rate is rising steadily.
Prices have been climbing steadily.
His condition has got steadily better.
His horse gained steadily on his rivals.
Her health is becoming steadily better.
Sirio Her studies are improving slowly but steadily.
Snow has been falling steadily since this morning.
Prices have risen steadily during the past decade.
The construction work is steadily nearing completion.
Trade between the two countries has been steadily growing.
The words covered are steadily increasing, so check frequently.
Our bodies begin slowly and steadily to decline at some time in our twenties.
Enrollment in our language program has increased steadily each year since it began.
Prices for houses in San Diego have been climbing steadily over the past few years.
It has been raining steadily all day, so the garden won’t need to be watered for a while.
Royal patronage of the arts in Europe steadily declined following the death of Louis XIV in 1715.
How are things going?
Income and profit are continuing to rise steadily.
The earliest Christian communities grew steadily and spread their faith to all parts of the Roman Empire.
As you can see on the graph, the line showing our profits for the year curves slowly but steadily upwards.
The doctor said that the patient’s health has improved steadily since they put him on some new medication.
Real estate is an extremely lucrative business in this town, with prices steadily increasing year after year.
Inflation and unemployment, both important concerns in Hungary in 2001, have declined steadily since that time.
Despite the efforts of the U.N. peacekeepers in the region, the situation is getting steadily worse.
It has been snowing steadily for over a week now, and the children are hoping that the schools will have to be closed.
A report compiled by a consumer group has shown that prices for computers have been decreasing steadily over the last ten years.
Unemployment in Spain has been steadily falling in the past few years, but at 13% in 2002, remains the highest in the European Union.
For the first time since we opened two years ago, our profits have surpassed our liabilities, and the company is now expected to grow steadily.
The weather was cloudy in the morning, but it got steadily sunnier and sunnier throughout the day, and by late afternoon it was beautiful outside.
Our social safety net has been steadily eroding due to conservative social policies practiced by right-wing governments over the last couple of decades.
The race developed into a freeforall but Shinomiya lapped the group and in the final stage steadily piled on points with good timing to achieve victory.
If the earth didn’t radiate back into space as much heat as it receives from the sun, the temperature on our planet would steadily rise, and life would become impossible.
The trend in keeping slow lorises as pets has been steadily growing.
The number of times people go to see their GP is rising steadily too.
Critics say civil liberties have been steadily eroded under his rule.
Not bad, given Uncle Sam’s spending has steadily declined since 2011.
REUTERS On gun control, as well, Trump has steadily tacked to the right.
For a lot of Syrians, their financial situation is getting steadily worse.
Project director Chris Urmson said the company was taking things steadily.
Not experience any sort of massive drops or increases but steadily rise up.
In Whitehorse, food bank use has also been steadily rising in recent years.
The number of convictions obtained by DNA has risen steadily year after year.
391342 It has steadily grown in popularity since the club was founded, in 1903.
Baird has steadily moved up the rankings of Fortune’s best companies since 2012.
The moves came after they had steadily built up their positions in previous quarters.
73568 As a result, our economy and our employment have grown steadily over six years.
She’s stressed out, living on junk food, sitting all day, and steadily gaining girth.
Pep Boys sales have been flat and its former profits have steadily fallen since 2010.
725473 The good news is that those rates have been steadily going down in the past year.
And Apple’s (AAPL, Tech30) iBooks mobile app has been steadily gaining market share too.
The percentage of Americans who don’t subscribe to any organized religion steadily grows.
Unemployment in the eurozone has fallen steadily from the 12.1 percent peak reached in 2013.
Since the event’s announcement a year ago, officials have steadily scaled back expectations.
Participation among prime-age males has been steadily falling since the turn of the century.
Still, the index was up 7 percent from February 2014, signaling a steadily improving sector.
The United States has led the way militarily, though it has steadily wound down its presence.
The agency has been steadily reducing the projected cost of the law since it was enacted 2010.
But Apple Maps, much like Siri, has improved rather steadily and quietly over the past few years.
946426 With fuel prices steadily dropping, SUV and crossover sales climbed 11.8% higher last year.
The number got as high as 757 in 1992 – and then it began to fall steadily over the next 20 years.
Shareholders’ confidence in the duo has been steadily slipping following a string of costly scandals.
LA has just pushed out a superintendent who raised student achievement steadily throughout his tenure.
Rates of religious adherence are steadily decreasing.
It was a system that could not endure, and agitations for greater democracy grew steadily louder.
Consequently, the level of regulation on the use of agrochemicals is steadily increasing.