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- adv. In a fixed manner; .
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a fixed, stable, or constant manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fixed or settled or established manner; firmly; steadfastly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a fixed manner
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It seems that "fixed around" is not defined as fixedly as I'd thought.
He looked fixedly at D.D., pinched eyes like electric sockets.
Sarit was staring fixedly at her phone, while Julie leaned over her shoulder, pointing out something on the screen.
Crossing her arms over her old green T-shirt, she stared fixedly at the maples outside.
He stared fixedly at John the Swede, waiting the while on his laggard thought.
Sitting with folded legs on my straw mattresses, I gazed fixedly at a fragment of bright straw which I had attached to the wall of my cell near the door, where the most light was.
He gazed fixedly across the table at the other man.
I found them down at the bottom, clutching tight to the roots, their heads not a foot apart, their eyes wide open, each glaring fixedly at the other.
Louis, gazing fixedly, betrayed a trouble in his face he was not quite able to hide.
Always, with my small hatred-eyes, fixedly drawn over my spoon.