Affixed [verb]

Definition of Affixed:

attach or stick

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Sentence/Example of Affixed:

The churchyard was partly surrounded by houses, and in 1781 "iron pallisadoes" were affixed to the wall.

In faith whereof, we, the respective Plenipotentiaries, have signed this treaty and have hereunto affixed our seals.

As between them the law presumes that the seller intended to keep the things affixed to the house, especially ranges and the like.

The slings were affixed, the order to hoist was given by the mate, who had descended from the poop, and stood near the gangway.

They affixed a notice outside, inviting all passers-by to come in and inspect the things for sale.

At some of these bye-ways were very curious inscriptions, painted on narrow boards affixed to a tree.

The oath that Louis the Lusty took, his signature, his seal affixed to our charter—all that is then nullified?

“Most valuable” says more than truth; “direction” says less than truth; and “affixed” does not say anything.

And these eyeglasses were affixed to the bridge of Sir John Meredith's nose, as he sat stiffly in the straight-backed chair.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Department of State to be affixed.