- wealthy; prosperous; well-to-do; well-heeled.
Origin of well-fixed
First recorded in 1710–20
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Examples from the Web for well-fixed
He was likewise known to be well-fixed when he left Canyon Pass.The Heart of Canyon Pass
Thomas K. Holmes
Fifty thousand in the bank and the stand of buildings here, replied Buck, with the careless ease of the well-fixed.
It is for such reasons that naturalists now look upon the study of varieties as more important than that of well-fixed species.Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection
Alfred Russel Wallace
Did deceased leave her that farm, title clear, and well-fixed financially?The Skipper and the Skipped