Definition of Fixatif

1. fixative [n -S] - See also: fixative



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fixatif

fiveth
fivety
fiveway
fiveways
fiving
fix
fix-it shop
fix it again Tony
fix someone's wagon
fix up
fixability
fixable
fixate
fixated
fixates
fixatif (current term)
fixatifs
fixating
fixation
fixation disparity
fixation nystagmus
fixation reaction
fixational
fixational ocular movement
fixations
fixative
fixatives
fixator
fixator muscle
fixators

Literary usage of Fixatif

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Light and Shade with Chapters on Charcoal, Pencil, and Brush Drawing: A by Anson Kent Cross (1897)
"Good fixatif should be very light-colored, and should dry upon the hand so as to ... Inferior grades of fixatif are often sold, of which several times the ..."

2. Light and Shade by Anson K. Cross (1901)
"fixatif. — The tones of a charcoal drawing consist of fine black powder, which, as has been explained, is readily shifted about or removed from the surface ..."

3. Free-hand Drawing, Light and Shade and Free-hand Perspective for the Use of by Anson Kent Cross (1892)
"The darkest parts will require more fixatif than the light parts. It can be placed upon these parts by covering the drawing with a paper in which a hole is ..."

4. Free-hand Drawing, Light and Shade and Free-hand Perspective for the Use of by Anson Kent Cross (1892)
"The darkest parts will require more fixatif than the light parts. It can be placed upon these parts by covering the drawing with a paper in which a hole is ..."

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