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Definition of Fastened

  • affixed. Opposite of unaffixed.
  • secured against opening; -- of doors, hatches, etc.
  • fastened with strings or cords
  • furnished or closed with buttons or something buttonlike
  • firmly closed or secured

How to use fastened in a sentence. Fastened pronunciation.

His look was fastened now upon the door by which the Prince Pasha would enter, now upon the door through which he had passed to the rescue of the English girl, whom he had seen drive off safely with her maid.
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At the first note Kaid started, and his eyes fastened upon the screen behind which sat the singer.
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The Emperor sat in silence, his eyes fastened on his plate, while from time to time convulsive movements agitated his countenance; and if he happened to raise his eyes, glanced stealthily at the Empress with unmistakable signs of distress.
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On the pilasters of the nave were fastened trophies of arms, composed of banners captured in the numerous engagements which had made the marshal's life illustrious.
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On each side of the car two of the marshal's aides-de-camp bore a standard, and on the bier were fastened the baton of the marshal and the decorations of the Duke of Montebello.
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She started at the sound, then remained immovable, and the fixed position of her head showed that her gaze was fastened upon the oak in which he was concealed.
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The glittering eye of the young woman was fastened on the calm face of her infant.
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Each beetle was wrapped up carefully in a dock-leaf, fastened with a pine-needle pin.
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The motor boat was paddled out into deeper water, then the houseboat was fastened to the motor boat and the power started, while all the boys save two pulled and hauled on the heavy houseboat.
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Selecting a long blanket, she fastened it over the doorway, after which she drew down the shades.
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Billy, without loss of time, fastened a line to the houseboat attaching the other end of the line to a cleat on the after deck of the launch.
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The girls had filled every available space in the boat with their purchases and the new dingy was fastened to the stern.
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But if it be so in general-if the consequences of majority tyranny in the shape of repressive laws governing personal habits could be predicted so clearly upon general principles-how vastly more certain and more serious must these consequences be when such a law is fastened upon the people by means that would be abhorrent even in the case of any ordinary law!
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Then Teddy shoved the wabbly mass of boards and sticks, fastened together with crooked nails, out into the lake again.
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Grandpa Martin pulled out all the nails that might scratch the children, and he also fastened strips of wood over the largest cracks in the boxes.
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On each of the box-boats the Curlytops had fastened a piece of clothes-line their mother had given them.
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They were fastened to the passageway at the top and at the outer sides, but were loose at the bottom where they overlapped.
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The tent poles are arranged thus: Each pole has one end planted in the ground, the other end being bent down and fastened to the pole immediately opposite; a number of poles thus arranged in pairs formed both wall posts and rafters.
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Besides the interior tent poles (ʇici-3, figure 309) and the tent skin (ʇiha-1), the tent had the ʇi¢umaⁿhaⁿ, or the place where the skins were fastened together above the entrance (4).
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The ʇi¢umaⁿhaⁿ was fastened with the ʇihu¢ubaxaⁿ(5), which consisted of sticks or pieces of hide thrust crosswise through the holes in the tent skins.
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Examples of Fastened

Example #1
In their swift passage from the Palace to the carriage, a thing had been done of even greater moment than the killing of the sensualist in the next room.
Example #2
He was frozen and still.
Example #3
Slowly a graceful, veiled figure came from behind the great screen.
Example #4
The windows of my soul are closed; no more Mine eyes look gladly out to see my lover come.
Example #5
The officers of the household, immovable as statues, regarded this painful and gloomy scene with sad anxiety; while the whole repast was simply a form, as their Majesties touched nothing, and no sound was heard but the regular movement of plates placed and carried away, varied sadly by the monotonous tones of the household officers, and the tinkling sound made by the Emperor's striking his knife mechanically on the edge of his glass.
Example #6
The Empress had wept the whole day; and in order to conceal as far as possible her pallor, and the redness of her eyes, wore a large white hat tied under her chin, the brim of which concealed her face entirely.