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Antonyms for affixed

firmly attached

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It was considered, moreover, an ugly and ominous circumstance, that Colonel Pyncheon's picture--in obedience, it was said, to a provision of his will--remained affixed to the wall of the room in which he died.
The cardinal approached the table, and without sitting down, wrote a few lines upon a parchment of which two-thirds were already filled, and affixed his seal.
That this record should have all due authority, it shall bear the imperial seal, which the vendor is bound to have affixed to it.
The coadjutor, whose eyes devoured her slightest movements, seized the paper immediately the signature had been affixed to it, returned to the window and waved it in his hand.
Without the least intention of alluding to our hero, the early settlers had affixed the name of St.
Two small glass chandeliers were suspended at equal distances between the stove and outer doors, one of which opened at each end of the hall, and gilt lustres were affixed to the frame work of the numerous side-doors that led from the apartment.
He had looked out all the pictures to which an asterisk was affixed in those formidable pages of fine print in his Badeker; his attention had been strained and his eyes dazzled, and he had sat down with an aesthetic headache.
We now resolved to let off enough gas to bring our guide-rope, with the buoys affixed, into the water.
He recollected, however,(talking of the porticoes,) that one affixed to an inferior palace in a kind of suburb called Carnac, consisted of a hundred and forty-four columns, thirty-seven feet in circumference, and twenty-five feet apart.
Brun had a dark wedge of beard apparently affixed under his lower lip.
The therns fired upon them through shields affixed to their rifles, but on, steadily on, came the grim, black craft.
Our skins were of the same lemon color as his own, and great, black beards and mustaches had been deftly affixed to our smooth faces.
To the house at the head of the bridge there had been affixed three small banners, representing the king, the dauphin, and Marguerite of Flanders, and six little pennons on which were portrayed the Duke of Austria, the Cardinal de Bourbon, M.
The volume was the first of that pretty blue-and- gold series which Ticknor & Fields began to publish in 1856, and which their imprint, so rarely affixed to an unworthy book, at once carried far and wide.
The creature crawled to the prostrate body and affixed itself to the neck.