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fixie

[fik-see] /ˈfɪk si/
noun, Informal.
1.
fixed-gear (def 1).
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  • We have searched so thoroughly that even if fixie had put it somewhere we would have found it.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • "I'll go in and read to fixie," she then decided, and she made her way to the house.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • "I don't know what's the matter with fixie," she said to Martha, in a low voice.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • "I only went to fetch the beads for fixie," she said, her voice trembling.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • fixie was not quite well the next morning, as Martha had hoped he would be.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • He came creeping in very quietly—when was fixie anything but quiet?

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • But just then fixie moved a little and whispered something in his sleep.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • fixie must love her as much or better than anybody—he must be all hers, or else she would not love him at all.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • "Nebber," echoed fixie, his blue eyes opened twice as wide as usual.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth
  • fixie's face grew red, and the corners of his mouth went down.

    Rosy Mrs. Molesworth

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