Fasten [verb]

Definition of Fasten:

make secure; join together

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Sentence/Example of Fasten:

Finally, a securely fastened battery pack is essential when engaging in sports.

The procession traveled under an American flag fastened between firetruck ladders, through an opening in the seven-foot-tall fence that has surrounded the Capitol complex since the day Sicknick was fatally injured.

For New Dealers like Interior Secretary Harold Ickes, who called Alcoa “one of the worst monopolies that has ever been able to fasten itself upon American life,” it was about rivers.

He was well set in the form of a man now, the months since his imprisonment having brought him much to fasten upon and hold.

And I will fasten him as a peg in a sure place, and he shall be for a throne of glory to the house of his father.

What—but fasten on his man, and not suffer him to leave his sight without an explanation, which he dreaded to receive.

When that time comes they wrap it in their blankets, and fasten buyos and other things about the waist for the journey.

Then, too, they wanted to fasten the porcelain insulators just right and had to consult one of the books several times.

Her neck-band was thrown open, because she had given away the brooch, with which she used to fasten it.

Often their papa had to fasten logs of wood to the wagons to keep them from going down the mountains too fast.