- the necessary ingredients: salad fixings.
- the appropriate accompaniments; trimmings: turkey with all the fixings.
Origin of fixing
Examples from the Web for fixings
Lincoln came into the store with his saddle-bags on his arm, and said he wanted to buy the fixings for a single bed.The Every-day Life of Abraham Lincoln|Francis Fisher Browne
I guess her coat will go on right over these fixings and I can tie a veil over her head.The Adopting of Rosa Marie|Carroll Watson Rankin
All seatings, cross-rails, principal brackets and fixings are planed or milled.Illustrated Catalogue of Cotton Machinery|Howard & Bullough American Machine Company, Ltd.
“Come over it with me, and look at the fixings, before I tell you,” said Jack.Fort Desolation|R.M. Ballantyne
The yawl Matilda is on sale, and she has all her fixings and plenty of tinned stuff aboard.The Dealings of Captain Sharkey|A. Conan Doyle
pl n mainly US and Canadian
"apparatus," 1820, from present participle of fix (v.). American English sense of "food, garnishing" is attested from 1839.