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A man, to be steady in a cause, should be more attached to the truth than to the acquiescence of his fellow citizens.
WINTERSLOWWILLIAM HAZLITT
We hardly need say, that there never were two brothers who were more attached, and who so mutually respected each other.
The old friends met, more attached than ever for the parting which both had found it difficult to bear.
The youth reported what Manlius said to Aufidius, another of his lovers, to whom he was more attached.
By the time that Sir Edward fully regained his health, he had become more and more attached to Mrs. Margery.
GOODY TWO SHOESWALTER CRANE
You talk of ‘dalliance,’ but certainly no lover was ever more attached to his mistress than she is to me.
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
Flushed with success, and more attached than ever to the game; I invited the set to meet the day after the next at my house.
THE SYLPH, VOLUME I AND IIGEORGIANA CAVENDISH
You talk of “dalliance;” but certainly no lover was ever more attached to his mistress, than she is to me.
Since then she had been becoming more and more attached to it as it became more and more the work of her own creation.
MANSLAUGHTERALICE DUER MILLER
Certainly there was not one who had been more attached to the house and acres which had been theirs and were now his.
THE HALL AND THE GRANGEARCHIBALD MARSHALL