attached[ uh-tacht ]SEE DEFINITION OF attached
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTACHED
But to the acquisition of Florida too much importance can not be attached.
On some cookers, a thermometer is also attached to the cover.
Then cut it off where the ends of the bones are attached to the joint.
Her husband, the Prince, is attached to the Emperor's household.
The consequence was a vibration of the mica diaphragm to which the stylus was attached.
A heavy flywheel was attached to give it uniformity of motion.
And he attached himself to me in the most beautiful, faithful way.
It was so attached to him that it ran after him continually all day long.
I have been faithful to you, and useful to you, and I am attached to you.
With a good example, my favourite and attached child—hum—to you.'