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Definition of "attaching" []

  • Present participle of to attach. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "attaching" in a sentence
  • "If it wasn't for the car we drive, the title attaching itself to our name on the business card, the amount of money we make, things we store in our idol garage, or the people we hang out with inside of our lifeboat, we men might not have an identity to speak of."
  • "But, as has been said, the Privy Councillorship was an office, not a title, although with a title attaching to the office; and in theory, at least, a scientific Privy Councillor might some day play an important part as an accredited representative of science, to be consulted officially by the Government, should occasion arise."
  • "It is up to Congress to begin attaching conditions to our aid to Israel."