fixture[ fiks-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF fixture
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIXTURE
The door was no more a part and fixture of that home than she was.
We then get a more definite idea of the nut, which was in most cases a fixture.
Dinner alone was a "fixture;" everything else was at the caprice of each.
To be sure, everybody spoke to him as though he were a fixture in the land.
She regarded herself, as did all the better-class employees, as a fixture.
Camerino was always there; he was a sort of fixture in the house.
It has had set on it recently an iron frame or fixture for a gas-lamp.
He was very faithful and responsible, and soon became a fixture on the place.
With two sticks, I can hobble about the house and garden; without them, behold me a fixture.
Graves's pet was as much a fixture of Graves's house as the front door.