Simple past tense and past participle of re-attach. (verb)
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Use "re-attached" in a sentence
"Do you think feelings like his can be simply re-attached, like plasters?"
"At assorted points, a low prosaic sandy islands became re-attached to a mainland as a inserted brook silted up, as good as that's given a islands of New Jersey as good as Delaware crop up identical to partial of a mainland."
"Goforth said Dr. Siegel soon determined the lost tissue could be re-attached and Nosal went to the locker room ahead of all his teammates just before halftime."