View definitions for attached


adjective as in binding

adjective as in co-dependent

adjective as in committed

adjective as in mounted

adjective as in near

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In 2019, Lenovo entered the smartglasses by introducing a much bulkier standalone model called the ThinkReality A6, which doesn’t require an attached PC.

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In 2019, one team used a nerve-machine interface for amputees to control a robotic arm—the DEKA LUKE arm—and sense what the limb and attached hand were feeling.

If you have a few minutes, I’d love to discuss the attached press release.

The attached dust bag keeps everything clean as well and your preferred adjustments stay put thanks to the lockable knobs.

Oftentimes, when creating content, we become attached to our findings, we believe each little tidbit is important to the narrative.

It is hard to feel attached to where you are if you are always thinking of where you have been or where you are going.

Twin girls, Greta and Grace, run around the floor in circles, wearing pink playsuits with tiny pink wings attached.

Corden has actually been attached to Into the Woods since the first reading of the screenplay two-and-a-half years ago.

Apparently the Russos are very close to Paul and Joe suggested Paul could be attached to direct both.

Democrats are up in arms about several policy riders attached to the cromnibus.

The commander-in-chief still kept him attached to the headquarter staff, and constantly employed him on special service.

This takes at first the crude device of a couple of vertical lines attached to the head (see Fig. 4).

In shape it is curved, like those things for candles attached to upright pianos, but with a weighted foot to hold it firm.

If the capital letter S were cut into two parts, and the bottom half attached to the top half, it would make a nought .

It does not appear, however, that any special significance is attached to this singular fancy.


On this page you'll find 822 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to attached, such as: absorbed, accustomed, devoted, hooked, inclined, and obsessed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.