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Adjective
Closed and protected against unauthorized entry
Adjective
Fastened together
Adjective
Firmly fixed
Adjective
Serving, or causing something, to bind or fasten
Adjective
Full of knots, knotty
Adjective
Constructed so as to prevent the passage of water, air, etc.
Adjective
Tied as if with a rope
Adjective
Grilled or barred
Verb
Past tense for to join or connect securely together
“A pipe crew following behind them on foot would fasten the joints together.”
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Past tense for to fix or hold securely in place
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“Sandpaper the piece thoroughly and fasten it in place with glue.”
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Past tense for to attach something to another loosely, such as with a clip or hook
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“Make sure your dog is standing or sitting still while you fasten the leash to the collar.”
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Past tense for to tie or hitch something, especially to something that is secured or moored
“Dismounting, he proceeded to fasten his horse to a bending limb which hung over the garden wall.”
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Past tense for to do up a garment or similar object with a zip, buttons, etc.
“He tried to fasten his jacket, but the zip had gone wonky again.”
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Past tense for to shut or close off securely
“A solid wooden bar slides across the door and frame to fasten the door shut.”
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Past tense for to direct one's eyes, thoughts, etc. intently at
“I could not help but to fasten my gaze on a clump of brown hair she held between her teeth.”
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Past tense for to assign or ascribe something to
“Unable to fasten the blame on any person or cause in particular, they become generally discontented, and develop into seditious demagogues.”
Verb
Past tense for to single out (someone or something) and concentrate on them or it obsessively
“When you're working under pressure, you tend to fasten on something silly and obsessive to ease the strain.”
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Past tense for to sew with long or loose stitches, as for temporary use or preparation
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Past tense for to pay attention to, or focus on, something closely
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Past tense for to decorate (something) with hanging objects
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Past tense for to tie or roll up (a number of things) together as though into a parcel
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