What is the opposite of fixed?

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Adjective
Opposite of fastened securely in position
“A loose bolt can be difficult to spot without actually applying a wrench.”
Adjective
(especially of a price, rate, or time) Opposite of having been firmly established and typically not subject to change
“Meal times are flexible and there is a choice of menus to ensure people's dietary and religious food needs are followed”
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(of a view, opinion or idea) Opposite of firm or inflexible
“I know I can't coerce anyone into liking cats, but all I ask is that you please have an open mind about the species.”
Adjective
Opposite of having an outcome dishonestly predetermined
“The result of the match remained undecided until the final minutes.”
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Opposite of restored to working order
“I am sorry, sir, but the coffee machine is broken.”
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Opposite of being intent or focused on a goal or objective
“They were frustrated by the frequent losses at war with Celobongo and were then hesitant to continue without support.”
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Opposite of unchanging and appearing artificial
“No joy, happiness, great emotions, true companionship, and sincere care can be expressed without a sincere smile.”
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Opposite of not compliant
Adjective
Opposite of traditionally, or generally, recognized and accepted
“One must be wary of the quack doctor who treats his patients using unfamiliar techniques.”
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Opposite of difficult to move, remove, or cure
“That moveable desk should be easily disposed of and replaced with a new one.”
Adjective
Opposite of having only one color
“I just can't make a decision on which device to purchase these days with the chromatic selection of iPhones on the market.”
Adjective
Opposite of consisting of matter all through
“Most of these applications use nitrogen in liquid form as a refrigerant.”
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Opposite of able to be depended or relied on
“Peter is an unreliable worker, and cannot be depended on to work autonomously from the team.”
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Opposite of refusing to change one's position, attitude or opinion
“Ian was very giving in sharing his toys with his best friend, Sarah.”
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Opposite of solidly in place and stable
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“He explains that because of the unstable ground on the river flats, holes dug for the foundations kept caving in.”
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Opposite of well-known or long established
“The obscure reference to a bygone era was as mysterious as it was intriguing.”
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Opposite of of the most normal, frequent, or regular type
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Opposite of attentively occupied with
Adjective
Opposite of conclusive or definitive
“She has given us an extremely vague description of the perpetrator, therefore, we cannot press charges.”
Adjective
Opposite of showing no interest or animation
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(of a time or place) Opposite of decided on beforehand
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Opposite of clearly expressed or identified
“Too many unstated rules in the dating space have demoralized my quest for love.”
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Opposite of having deep roots
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Opposite of arranged beforehand advance
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Opposite of not having or showing feeling or sympathy
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Opposite of certain to happen
“Failure is avoidable if you take the necessary precautions.”
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Opposite of clearly defined or identified
“This room has no specific purpose and is just for general use.”
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Opposite of firm, clear, and precise
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Opposite of able to resist wear, decay
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Opposite of that is beyond memory
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Opposite of passionately motivated to achieve one's goals
“Steven was mostly apathetic when it came to working towards his stated goals.”
Adjective
Opposite of innate or instinctive to a person or thing
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Opposite of allowing no further doubt or dispute
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Opposite of to an absolute degree
“Cassidy was interrogated for an hour before making a partial confession to felony murder.”
Adjective
Opposite of motionless
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Opposite of in accordance with regulations
Adjective
Opposite of exhibiting passion and enthusiasm
“The author's works were mediocre and could only attract an apathetic readership.”
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