pegged-down
affixed affixed adj. 1. attached physically. Opposite of {unaffixed}.

Note: Various more specific adjectives meaning affixed are: {appendant , {basifixed}, {fastened, secured}, {glued, pasted, stuck to(predicate) , {pegged-down , {pinned, stapled , {taped to(predicate)}, {mounted . [WordNet 1.5]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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