affix[ verb uh-fiks; noun af-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF affix
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFIX
These are, however, reports to which I do not affix much credit.
To neither did he affix his name, but the latter was said to be by “a Gentleman of Oxford.”
Affix them to the bench by nails or screws, preferably the latter.
On the right is the pear-tree, to which later on we have to affix a captive pear.
The Father of his Country did not affix his revered name to so palpable an absurdity.
It is also used, either alone or with the affix -kah, to signify is it not?
It is very difficult to affix a date to any relic of that dim past.
Here, then, I affix the name by which is known all the surrounding region.
Generally used with the affix of bloke when referring to a man.
Augusta proceeded to affix it to the letter, which she then gave to Nancy.