(Logic) The property of a logical theory that whenever a wff is a theorem then it must also be valid. Symbolically, letting T represent a theory within logic L, this can be represented as the property that whenever is true, then must also be true, for any wff Ï† of logic L.
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Find another word for steadiness. In this page you can discover 13 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for steadiness, like: fastness, firmness, hardness, security, soundness, stability, stableness, strength, sturdiness, sureness and better.
For the great plan of conquering Canada, Pitt chose young and ardent officers, with Amherst, distinguished for steadiness and self-control, as their commander-in-chief.
The sultriness was present, along with the calm steadiness of her blue gaze.
It is remarkable only for the bad conduct of the British dragoons and the steadiness of the infantry.
In ordinary machinery S=about 32; in machinery for fine purposes Sfrom 50 to 60; and when great steadiness is required S=from 100 to 150.
Meade, who, besides steadiness and ability, possessed the confidence of Lincoln and Halleck which Hooker had lacked.