be anchored

See: remain, rest, stay
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* MSNBC's coverage will be anchored by Brian Williams, with contributions from Stephanie Ruhle, Andrea Mitchell, Hallie Jackson, Ali Velshi and Katy Tur.
I'll be anchored by a sinking of my bones into the air I carry in
If it does and you think it's up, as soon as you stop the boat, it's going right back down, and that can put you in a terribly bad position, to be anchored where you shouldn't be.
We must impress [upon] our children that even when troubles rise to 7.1 on life's Richter scale, they must be anchored so deeply that though they sway, they will not topple."