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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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  • He looked fixedly at D.D., pinched eyes like electric sockets.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Louis, gazing fixedly, betrayed a trouble in his face he was not quite able to hide.

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  • Always, with my small hatred-eyes, fixedly drawn over my spoon.

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