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Synonyms for fixings

the accessories that normally accompany (something or some activity)

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There will be an immense deal of work in all this fixing over and I hate to sew," said Fanny, to divert a certain person's thoughts.
said Anne of Austria, drawing herself up to her full height, and fixing her eyes upon the chancellor with an expression almost threatening.
If a woman conceals her affection with the same skill from the object of it, she may lose the opportunity of fixing him; and it will then be but poor consolation to believe the world equally in the dark.
asked the wounded man, fixing his half opened eyes on Grimaud.
Son Adam, and daughter Martha," said the venerable Father Ephraim, fixing his aged eyes piercingly upon them, "if ye can conscientiously undertake this charge, speak, that the brethren may not doubt of your fitness.
Men are killing one another, the Danaans in defence of the dead body, while the Trojans are trying to hale it away, and take it to windy Ilius: Hector is the most furious of them all; he is for cutting the head from the body and fixing it on the stakes of the wall.
He did not speak, however, but stood fixing his glowing eyes on the shoulder of the young hunter, and then turning them intently on the countenance of the Judge.
I was silent, fearfull lest I might any more unwillingly distress her by fixing on any other subject of conversation which might again remind her of Augustus.
asked he, fixing his two large eyes upon the impassible countenance of the physician.
Business is pretty slack, to begin with, and then I'm fixing up a little house for Ned and Ruth when they're married.
he said, fixing his eyes on me with an angry stare.
One's eyes must be somewhere, and you know what a foolish trick I have of fixing mine, when my thoughts are an hundred miles off.
Philip gave him a startled look, but before he could take in the meaning of his words, Athelny, fixing his glasses on his nose with the gesture habitual to him, went on.
Bagration seemed to say, and, fixing his weary eyes on the paper, began to read them with a fixed and serious expression.
Rosa obeyed, for the Prince was fixing his eyes upon her, but he had scarcely turned them again to his paper when she bashfully retired to the door.