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- n. An affix consisting of a prefix and suffix affixed simultaneously to the root
- n. An affix which is not divided, and which does not divide a root: thus, a prefix, suffix, or interfix
- v. To make firm; to fix in a particular place or state
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To fix; to fasten.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To fix; fasten.
It is trying to tell you what is wrong so you confix it.
Mr. Bowyer, however, he had so implicit a confix deuce in the punctuality of his friend, a» never to require a voucher.
It comes too late to be fufpe&ed of flattery, and the public i» prepoffefled in its favour, which would be a confix derable encouragement to an effay of this kind, even without the farther advantage of an. appeal, which might be made to many great and refpe&able per - fons who knew Mr. Legge, and are qualified to attefy any truth, or expofe any falfehood, concerning him.
That this comedy was printed during his abfence from his country, he appears to have confix dered as injurious to his reputation; though, during the fuppreffion of the theatres, it was fometimcs pri - vately adted with fuffi? ient approbation.
He planted his cannon upoa them, and kept up a heavy fire upon the Britifh troops below, while his numerous cavalry attacked them on every fids* This unequal confix lafted till
We muft beg leave to abridge confix derably 'his pompous account of a putrefying animal fubftince* which is diffufed through four pages.
Now Affability may be confix derd, either as a mere human Accomplifh* ment, or as a divine Vertue: in either notion
Now her former Rigours were all vanifh'd to his Memory, and he confix der'd her only as his Benefadtor, and Original of his Felicity.
| u | ies which the Providence of GocJ docs pot make of excellent ufe to thofe on whorn they fall, and to others, who. wifely confix der thpfe events.