Antonyms for more attached

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As time rolled on, they became more and more attached to each other.

I am more attached to and more convinced of the truth of my principles than ever.

Never was there a more attached family than this of the Guises.

This spirit is nearer you, and more attached to you than any other in Spirit Land.

I am more attached to my guide, with all his faults, who has been with me but a few days.

Meanwhile the two old people became more and more attached to our precious baby.

No; I shall never part with her; every day I feel that I become more and more attached to her.

It was a sore trial, for none are more attached to their country, none endure exile with less fortitude, than the French.

Both were equally studious to lead their people to sobriety, but Lycurgus was more attached to fortitude and Numa to justice.

But change and separation had made no alteration in these ladies' mutual affections, and no three sisters were ever more attached.