affixed

[ verb uh-fiks; noun af-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF affixed
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFFIXED

I am not aware that any name whatever has been affixed to it, even in the most recent charts.

Whereof this letter, sealed with our affixed seal, is witness.

They were cut into or affixed to the wall, at intervals of about eighteen inches.

Jed explained why the placard had been prepared and affixed to the door.

Finally he affixed his signature and spitefully threw the pen across the room.

So Josiah signed, and then Captain Eri affixed his own signature with a flourish.

A teletabloid was affixed to this post, buzzing, but its stereo-screen blank.

This may be safely assumed that formerly the jougs were affixed at the end of the chain.

Oh, yes; I read an order for 20,000 francs to which your name is affixed.

But the caste name is as often as not, or even more often, affixed to it.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from affix (v.).

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