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Definition of "fixedness" [fix•ed•ness]

  • The state or condition of being fixed. (noun)

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Use "fixedness" in a sentence
  • "In looking into the derivation of this term, it will be found that the word stock comes from an Anglo-Saxon word meaning to stick, and that while it has many different uses, the idea of fixedness is expressed in every one of them."
  • ""fixedness" of the targets, but I don't think in the end it is going to be whether you can compare the two battles that will make the difference."
  • "In any case, categories, once invented, tend to take on an ontological status almost comparable to objects in the physical world: they acquire a sense of reality and fixedness that can be seriously misleading."