attachés[ uh-tach ]SEE DEFINITION OF attachés
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTACHÉS
"Perhaps I guess what it is that attaches you to this place," said she, gently.
My heart is linked to it; it forms the one sole tie that attaches me to life.
It is the very strong link that attaches the individual to the whole.
Some interest also attaches to the oldest documents on arithmetic in our own language.
The interest that attaches to Egyptian art is from its great antiquity.
Personally, Glapthorne has some of the interest that attaches to the unknown.
What have you, then, which attaches you so strongly to life?
He who has gold is removed from the suspicion that attaches to the greedy fortune-hunter.
For the same reason which attaches Will Somers to the native soil?
It is a drama, an old drama, simple and very sad, that attaches him to me.