attachment[ uh-tach-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF attachment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTACHMENT
This satisfied him, for he cared nothing for the attachment of those under his command.
To increase the attachment of our people to the Union, our laws should be just.
I shall trouble you meanwhile to prevent his forming any other attachment when he comes to town.
And had not I proofs of his generous conduct and attachment to me?
What I value him so much for it his fidelity to myself, and his attachment to the whole family.
But as for his attachment to his family, who thanks him for that?
I can feel for a dependant now, and set some value on his attachment.'
May my attachment to her be pure as devotion, and lasting as immortal life!
My attachment to L——, as you say, is involuntary, and my love as pure as it is fervent.
But do I dare to expect your pity, Leonora, for such an attachment?