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tr.v. un·fixed, un·fix·ing, un·fix·es
1. To detach or unfasten: unfix bayonets.
2. To undo or cancel the arrangement of: unfix an appointment.
3. To cause to be unstable or uncertain: an experience that unfixed her beliefs.
4. To alter (one's gaze) from a single object or direction.
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|Adj.||1.||unfixed - not firmly placed or set or fastened|
insecure - not firm or firmly fixed; likely to fail or give way; "the hinge is insecure"
fixed - securely placed or fastened or set; "a fixed piece of wood"; "a fixed resistor"
|2.||unfixed - lacking definition or definite content; "nebulous reasons"; "unfixed as were her general notions of what men ought to be"- Jane Austen|
indefinite - vague or not clearly defined or stated; "must you be so indefinite?"; "amorphous blots of color having vague and indefinite edges"; "he would not answer so indefinite a proposal"
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