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Fastened securely in position
“The fixed iron bars will prevent the cracks in the wall from growing bigger.”
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(especially of a price, rate, or time) Having been firmly established and typically not subject to change
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“You can opt for a fixed rate of interest, which is typically higher than the general retail rate.”
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(of a view, opinion or idea) Firm or inflexible
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“Bernard had a fixed view on how society should operate and be organized.”
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Having an outcome dishonestly predetermined
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“I have a suspicion that the results of the reality TV show were fixed from the start.”
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Restored to working order
“Is your lawnmower fixed yet? I need to borrow it.”
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Being intent or focused on a goal or objective
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“He said he was fixed on reaching his goal and never imagined doing anything else.”
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Unchanging and appearing artificial
“His teeth were bared in a horrible fixed grin, his eyes stared unblinkingly.”
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Remaining constant or in an unvarying state
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Not bendable
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Being such by habit, long-established, and not likely to change
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Not moving or not intended to be moved
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Limited in size, amount or extent
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Consisting of matter all through
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Arranged or carried out with a planned or organized method or procedure
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Done or accepted without question firmly or wholeheartedly
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Conclusive or definitive
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Certain to happen
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Firmly fixed or installed in something
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That is beyond memory
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Full of knots, knotty
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Constructed so as to prevent the passage of water, air, etc.
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Connected, especially securely or permanently
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To an absolute degree
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Prepared for use or action
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Having been subject to an alteration or change to fit a different circumstance or medium
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Having been changed from an original form
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Castrated or altered
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That has completed a required process
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Arranged beforehand
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In the doldrums
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Excessive, as results from obsession
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Cut or dug into the surface as by etching
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Limited in number
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Tied as if with a rope
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Created in a deliberate, rather than natural or spontaneous, way
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Located in a specific place
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In good order, under control
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Weighted or biased towards a particular outcome
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Required or commanded by authority
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Specifically identified to the exclusion of anything else
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Devoted completely to one object
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Restricted or low in size or space
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Distinctive or distinguishing of a particular person, place, or thing
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(of a person) Strictly adhering to rules
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Tending to favor the status quo and averse to change
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To have fixed the scope or boundaries of
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To have contributed in some way to
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To have prepared food for eating
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To have set up on a long-term basis
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