- the necessary ingredients: salad fixings.
- the appropriate accompaniments; trimmings: turkey with all the fixings.
Origin of fixing
Examples from the Web for fixings
Historical Examples of fixings
I can't tell you anything about that house, nor the fixings in it; it beat me a mile—that house did.Cape Cod Stories
Joseph C. Lincoln
We then took our ‘fixings’ from the cart, and proceeded to the tree.The Desert Home
As far as “fixings” were concerned, the cousins were a contrast.David Fleming's Forgiveness
Margaret Murray Robertson
In the way of fixings for this, you need only four pairs of horns and four cheap bows.Woodland Tales
“Come over it with me, and look at the fixings, before I tell you,” said Jack.Fort Desolation
pl n mainly US and Canadian
"apparatus," 1820, from present participle of fix (v.). American English sense of "food, garnishing" is attested from 1839.