fixedly


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fixed

 (fĭkst)
adj.
1. Firmly in position; stationary: a fixed dwelling.
2. Determined; established; set: at a fixed time; a fixed price.
3. Not subject to change or variation; unchanging: pensioners on a fixed income.
4. Chemistry
a. Not readily evaporating; nonvolatile.
b. Being in a stable, combined form: fixed nitrogen.
5.
a. Firmly, often dogmatically held: fixed beliefs.
b. Persistently occurring in the mind; obsessive: a fixed, delusive notion.
6. Supplied, especially with funds. Often used in combination: a well-fixed bachelor.
7. Illegally prearranged as to outcome: a fixed election.

fix′ed·ly (fĭk′sĭd-lē) adv.
fix′ed·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fixedly - in a fixed manner; "he stared at me fixedly"
Translations
بتَرْكيز، بصورة ثابِتَه
strnule
fast
ákveîiî
gözlerini dikerek

fixedly

[ˈfɪksɪdlɪ] ADVfijamente

fixedly

[ˈfɪksɪdli] adv (= intently) [stare, watch] → fixementfixed-price [ˌfɪkstˈpraɪs] adj [contract, menu] → à prix fixe
a fixed-price menu → un menu à prix fixefixed-term contract ncontrat m à durée déterminée

fixedly

adv stare, lookstarr, unverwandt

fixedly

[ˈfɪksɪdlɪ] advfissamente

fix

(fiks) verb
1. to make firm or steady. He fixed the post firmly in the ground; He fixed his eyes on the door.
2. to attach; to join. He fixed the shelf to the wall.
3. to mend or repair. He has succeeded in fixing my watch.
4. to direct (attention, a look etc) at. She fixed all her attention on me.
5. (often with up) to arrange; to settle. to fix a price; We fixed (up) a meeting.
6. to make (something) permanent by the use of certain chemicals. to fix a photgraphic print.
7. to prepare; to get ready. I'll fix dinner tonight.
noun
trouble; a difficulty. I'm in a terrible fix!
fixˈation noun
a strong idea or opinion for or against something that one does not or cannot change. She has a fixation about travelling alone.
fixed adjective
1. arranged in advance; settled. a fixed price.
2. steady; not moving. a fixed gaze/stare.
3. arranged illegally or dishonestly. The result was fixed.
fixedly (ˈfiksidli) adverb
steadily. He stared fixedly.
fixture (ˈfikstʃə) noun
1. a fixed piece of furniture etc. We can't move the cupboard – it's a built-in fixture.
2. an event, especially sporting, arranged for a certain time. The football team has a fixture on Saturday.
fix on
to decide on, choose. Have you fixed on a date for the wedding?
fix (someone) up with (something)
to provide (someone) with (something). Can you fix me up with a car for tomorrow?
References in classic literature ?
Jo did not cry, though she was very near it once, and was only saved from a demonstration by the consciousness that Laurie was staring fixedly at her, with a comical mixture of merriment and emotion in his wicked black eyes.
Did you fixedly gaze, too, upon that ribbed and dented brow; there also, you would see still stranger foot-prints --the foot-prints of his one unsleeping, ever-pacing thought.
The lake, as I have hinted, was to a considerable depth exceedingly transparent; and as human infants while suckling will calmly and fixedly gaze away from the breast, as if leading two different lives at the time; and while yet drawing mortal nourishment, be still spiritually feasting upon some unearthly reminiscence; --even so did the young of these whales seem looking up towards us, but not at us, as if we were but a bit of Gulf-weed in their new-born sight.
Clare had fainted, through pain and loss of blood; but, as Miss Ophelia applied restoratives, he revived, opened his eyes, looked fixedly on them, looked earnestly around the room, his eyes travelling wistfully over every object, and finally they rested on his mother's picture.
She said nothing today but she sat and looked fixedly at the picture over the mantel.
The nearer and the nearer they got to Aldborough the more and more fixedly Mrs.
The shoe dropped to the ground, and he sat looking fixedly at the questioner.
As Scrooge looked fixedly at this phenomenon, it was a knocker again.
There was something positively awful to me in this, and in the brightness of her eyes, as she said, looking fixedly at me:
Reverend hermit,'' said the knight, after looking long and fixedly at his host, ``were it not to interrupt your devout meditations, I would pray to know three things of your holiness; first, where I am to put my horse?
They stared at him fixedly, terribly, in the darkness of the night.
Basilio opened his eyes and gazing fixedly at her, said, "O Quiteria, why hast thou turned compassionate at a moment when thy compassion will serve as a dagger to rob me of life, for I have not now the strength left either to bear the happiness thou givest me in accepting me as thine, or to suppress the pain that is rapidly drawing the dread shadow of death over my eyes?