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The sisters were fixed up so fine they hardly bowed to pray.

Anyway, his place was all fixed up a year ago and I didn't get the job.

He fixed up his plane and had gasoline enough for much testing.

"We'll have him fixed up as good as ever in no time," the doctor said.

He did not seem able to get over the feeling of being "fixed up at last."

If they were fixed up, as she thought probable, he might get some other people.

"They've got her fixed up in some kind of shape," he murmured.

"We can't stay here—got to get him to town where he can be fixed up," Jumbo said.

I fixed up with him to wait for the man who was shadowing me, and I led him down to Whitechapel.

Anyway they managed to come together, and the job was fixed up atween 'em.

WORD ORIGIN

"position from which it is difficult to move," 1809, American English, from fix (v.). Meaning "dose of narcotic" is from 1934, shortened from fix-up (1867, originally in reference to liquor).

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