Steely

  • (adj): Resembling steel as in hardness.
    Example: "Steely eyes"; "steely nerves like those of a steeplejack"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on steely:

Steely & Clevie
... Steely Clevie, aka Wycliffe Johnson and Cleveland Browne, was a Jamaican dancehall reggae production duo ... Steely debuted as a keyboardist with Sugar Minott's Youth Promotion collective in the 1970s ... Steely and Clevie first played together at Lee "Scratch" Perry's Black Ark Studios during the late 1970s ...
The Very Best Of Steely Dan: Do It Again
... The Very Best of Steely Dan Do It Again is a compilation album by Steely Dan, released in 1987 ...
The Very Best Of Steely Dan: Do It Again - Track Listing
... Friday" "Show Biz Kids" "Peg" "Haitian Divorce" Steely Dan Walter Becker Donald Fagen Studio albums Can't Buy a Thrill Countdown to Ecstasy Pretzel Logic Katy Lied The ...
Denny Dias - Discography - CD
... Can't Buy a Thrill - Steely Dan (1972) Countdown to Ecstasy - Steely Dan (1973) Pretzel Logic - Steely Dan (1974) Katy Lied - Steely Dan (1975) The Royal Scam - Steely Dan (1976) Aja - Steely Dan (1977 ...
Citizen Steely Dan
... Citizen Steely Dan is a four-CD boxed set musical album by Steely Dan, released in 1993 ... The set is a collection of all of Steely Dan's albums (up to 1993) in chronological order, and also contains a non-LP single ("FM"), a non-LP B-side ("Bodhisattva (Live)"), a rare compilation track ("Here at the ... a complete compilation of every track released by Steely Dan up to 1993 ...

More definitions of "steely":

  • (adj): Resembling steel in hardness.

Famous quotes containing the word steely:

    There is no more steely barb than that of the Infinite.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)

    Despots play their part in the works of thinkers. Fettered words are terrible words. The writer doubles and trebles the power of his writing when a ruler imposes silence on the people. Something emerges from that enforced silence, a mysterious fullness which filters through and becomes steely in the thought. Repression in history leads to conciseness in the historian, and the rocklike hardness of much celebrated prose is due to the tempering of the tyrant.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)