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adherence steady or faithful attachment or devotion, as to a person, party, or principle; faithfulness; fidelity. [1/2 definitions]
adhesion attachment, esp. to a principle or cause; loyalty; adherence. [1/4 definitions]
Anglomania a greatly exaggerated attachment to or imitation of English manners, habits, institutions, and the like.
articulation a joint, such as one between bones or between a branch and the point of attachment of a leaf. [1/5 definitions]
crampon a spiked attachment worn on the bottom of shoes or boots to provide grip when walking on snow or ice. [1/2 definitions]
creeper (usu. pl.) a spiked metal attachment worn on shoes or boots to prevent slipping. [1/6 definitions]
devoted showing or feeling great attachment; ardent. [1/2 definitions]
devotion great attachment; strong affection. [1/3 definitions]
disengage to free oneself from an engagement, attachment, or responsibility. [1/4 definitions]
distal located at a distance from the point of origin or attachment, as of a limb or bone. (Cf. proximal.)
expansion bolt a threaded metal rod or pin, usu. used in stone and concrete, that has an attachment that expands as it is screwed into a surface.
fancy-free without obligations or commitments, esp. any love attachment.
fixate to develop and persist in an immature psychological attachment, or to suffer arrested emotional development. [1/5 definitions]
furring in building construction, the attachment of strips of wood or metal to a wall or the like to support laths or to allow air spaces, or the strips used for this. [1/2 definitions]
infatuate to cause a foolish and irrational passion or attachment in (someone). [1/2 definitions]
love to have a strong attachment or attraction to; like intensely. [1/10 definitions]
lovemaking affectionate behavior intended to lead to a romantic attachment; courtship. [1/2 definitions]
nonattachment combined form of attachment.
on with firm attachment. [1/19 definitions]
proximal located near the center of the body or toward the point of origin or attachment, as a bone. (Cf. distal.)
reattachment combined form of attachment.