English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'fixed'

(adjective) 
Definition
(of ideas) firmly maintained
people who have fixed ideas about things
Synonyms
inflexible
They viewed him as stubborn, inflexible and dogmatic.
, ,
steady
He was firm and steady, unlike other men she knew.
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resolute
a decisive and resolute international leader
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unwavering
She has been encouraged by the unwavering support of her family.
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unflinching
The armed forces had pledged their unflinching support and loyalty.
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unblinking
an expressionless, unblinking stare
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unbending
her unbending opposition to the old regime
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undeviating
Opposites
,
wavering
,
(adjective) 
Definition
attached or placed so as to be immovable
The locking frame can secure bikes to any fixed object.
Synonyms
immovable
It was declared unsafe because the support bars were immovable.
, , ,
secure
Shelves are only as secure as their fixings.
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rooted
a deeply rooted prejudice
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permanent
a permanent job
, ,
anchored
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rigid
rigid plastic containers
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made fast
Opposites
, ,
bending
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motile
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unfixed
(adjective) 
Definition
unchanging and appearing artificial
I had a fixed grin on my face.
Synonyms
false
He paid for a false passport.
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fake
The bank manager is said to have issued fake certificates.
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feigned
He answered me with feigned indifference.
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insincere
He found himself surrounded by insincere flattery.
(adjective) 
Definition
always at the same time
The deal was settled at a prearranged fixed price.
Synonyms
agreed
There is a discount if goods do not arrive by the agreed time.
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set
A set period of fasting is supposed to bring us closer to godliness.
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planned
, , , ,
arranged
, ,
specified
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definite
She is very definite about her feelings.
(adjective) 
The vehicle was fixed.
Synonyms
mended
, ,
sorted
,
repaired
,
put right
,
in working order
(adjective) 
Definition
illegally arranged
(informal)  Some races are fixed.
Synonyms
rigged
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framed
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put-up
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manipulated
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Additional synonyms

in the sense of definite
Definition
known for certain
She is very definite about her feelings.
in the sense of fake
Definition
not genuine
The bank manager is said to have issued fake certificates.
Synonyms
put-on,
pretend (informal),
pseudo (informal),
phoney or phony (informal)
in the sense of feigned
He answered me with feigned indifference.

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