- a not firmly placed or set or fastened
- s lacking definition or definite content
unfixed as were her general notions of what men ought to be"- Jane Austen
- The Bureau of the Census gave him an eminently unfixed quiz with a slim, two-week, $13-a-day prize, and Teddy flunked on the first round.
- The Mailomat, whose price to the Government, or rental to industry, is still unfixed, is a development of the postage meter Walter Bowes persuaded the Post Office to try in 1920 .
- An unfixed hip fracture is usually fatal too.