Synonyms of 'fixed'
(of ideas) firmly maintainedpeople who have fixed ideas about things
They viewed him as stubborn, inflexible and dogmatic.
He was firm and steady, unlike other men she knew.
a decisive and resolute international leader
She has been encouraged by the unwavering support of her family.
The armed forces had pledged their unflinching support and loyalty.
an expressionless, unblinking stare
her unbending opposition to the old regime
attached or placed so as to be immovableThe locking frame can secure bikes to any fixed object.
immovable, , ,
It was declared unsafe because the support bars were immovable.
Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
a deeply rooted prejudice
permanent, , ,
a permanent job
rigid plastic containers
unchanging and appearing artificialI had a fixed grin on my face.
always at the same timeThe deal was settled at a prearranged fixed price.
The vehicle was fixed.
, , , ,
in working order
illegally arranged(informal) Some races are fixed.
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in the sense of definite
known for certainShe is very definite about her feelings.
in the sense of fake
not genuineThe bank manager is said to have issued fake certificates.
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