- v. Archaic form of fix.
“Spending a sweet evening out by dining at any of the many restaurants offering a special New Year's Eve menu where "prix fixe" is French for "ridiculously overpriced?”
“I thought “birthers” were people who doubted Obama was born in Hawai’i (as opposed to those other birthers whose idee fixe is that Trig is not Sarah Palin’s son).”
“So Washington is succumbing, yet again, to an idee fixe, which is usually, and in this case, scary.”
“So Washington is succumbing, yet again, to an idÃ©e fixe, which is usually, as in this case, scary.”
“There's no prix-fixe, which is probably better on the wallet. 21-02 3oth Ave, Astoria.”
“Every person in a position of power asked to "fixe" something quickly will do the same.”
“But, I can't think of another approach from the several offered you, to break you of your idee fixe.”
“Some of those people may be splurging on a fancy Christmas prix fixe dinner at a high-end restaurant and others are surely non-Christians going out for traditional Chinese takeout.”
“At Thomas Keller's esteemed restaurant Per Se, the prix fixe has quietly jumped to $295 from $275.”
“And you think you are going to cause him to rethink this idee fixe of his?”
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