[ UK /ʌnfˈɪkst/ ]
lacking definition or definite content
unfixed as were her general notions of what men ought to be
- not firmly placed or set or fastened
How To Use unfixed In A Sentence
- She ignored the mess on her bed and left the bed covers unfixed.
- As of Feb. 4, there were 15,884 cotton contracts left unfixed, compared with 4,353 contracts in the same week last year and the highest number since 2001, when the Commodity Futures Trading Commission started reporting the data. Cotton Edges Closer to an All-Time High
- The nature of the pension is something which is payable over an unfixed number of years.
- This downgrading sequence is extremely similar to what we saw a few years ago with the Sony PSP portable game console, where later firmware releases closed various security holes, but means were found to downgrade to earlier "unfixed" firmware and still maintain the more advanced functionalities via modified firmware versions. Lauren Weinstein's Blog
- 'bus, it is true, plies between, but it is one of those long, close prisons with windows that annihilate thought by their shattering unfixedness. Highways & Byways in Sussex
- The three left-most series are archived PC1s, with the negligibly weighted leftmost series the "unfixed" PC1. Juckes and Reconstruction #9 « Climate Audit
- Now to the content of the divine order, the fixed quality, the measuredness and so forth — there is opposed the content of the evil principle, its unfixedness, measurelessness and so forth: total is opposed to total. The Six Enneads.
- Holst's figurant represents humanity exposed to the occult powers of the unfixed stars as they orbit through the twelve astrological houses of the zodiac.
- I ran to the bus stop hair loose, necktie unfolded and an open and unfixed bag.
- Even tribal affiliations appear unfixed and mutable, as an otherwise minor character, serves to emphasize with his vague background.