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  • Also, women may form a more significant association between sexual desire and attachment than men.
  • We will take a step forward, and turn from local to personal attachments of tradition. Cited from Folklore as an Historical Science, by George Laurence Gomme
  • Attachment is not the same as love and/or affection although they often go together.
  • Third year consists of three ten-week attachments in general medicine and surgery.
  • Hair and other attachments were also provided to complete the figure.
  • The men who can shake off their attachments to their own Country can never love any other.
  • People develop emotional attachments to trees that give them special status and value.
  • Attachment is not the same as love and/or affection although they are often associated.
  • The wing was installed into the roots by means of four large attachment points.
  • It would undergo a number of different attachments over the next few years.
  • Yet she was capable of attachments, strong as her own nature. Cited from Olive, by Dinah Maria Craik (AKA Dinah Maria Mulock)
  • The other tools and attachments needed will be described as I come to them in use. Cited from A Treatise on Staff Making and Pivoting, by Eugene E. Hall
  • To this way, and cause, I have had warm and decided attachments ever since.
  • This is because using a fixed-fixed condition requires difficult to design plate attachments.
  • He showed a great deal of attachment to the ship and was respected by his crew.
  • Occasionally, game effects can cause cards to become face-down attachments attached to specific other cards.
  • These carriers may also be designed using multiple attachments for job specific applications.
  • His strong attachment to personal liberty also informs much of his work.
  • These people are also more likely to show an increase in aiming to form new attachments.
  • There is no standard hierarchy between the attachments and each school of players has its own rules.
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Words starting with attachment

Meaning of attachment

  • noun A feeling of affection for a person or an institution
  • noun A supplementary part or accessory
  • noun A writ authorizing the seizure of property that may be needed for the payment of a judgment in a judicial proceeding
  • noun A connection that fastens things together
  • noun Faithful support for a cause or political party or religion
    attachment to a formal agenda, adherence to a fat-free diet, the adhesion of Seville was decisive
  • noun The act of attaching or affixing something