Definitions for stay the course

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word stay the course


  1. stay the course(Verb)

    To persist or continue.


  1. Stay the course

    "Stay the course" is a phrase used in the context of a war or battle meaning to pursue a goal regardless of any obstacles or criticism. The modern usage of this term was popularized by United States presidents George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan.

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Royal Dutch Shell:

    We respect the hearing examiner's decision and are determined to stay the course in this process.

  2. Royal Dutch Shell:

    We respect the hearing examiner’s decision and are determined to stay the course in this process.

  3. John Kinsey:

    Unless they're sure that the economy is going to be all right, I think they'll just stay the course until the fall.

  4. Director Christine Lagarde:

    Stay the course in the direction of improving the economy of Liberia, you have the road map, you have a plan and we want to cooperate.

  5. Evy Hambro:

    In general, the absence of cash flow will put pressure on dividends, but some will be able to stay the course, bHP haven't cut their dividend since 1935. It will be a brave management team and board that would take that decision.


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