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Synonyms for attachment

Synonyms for attachment

the condition of being closely tied to another by affection or faith

a subordinate element added to another entity

Synonyms for attachment

a feeling of affection for a person or an institution

a supplementary part or accessory

a writ authorizing the seizure of property that may be needed for the payment of a judgment in a judicial proceeding

a connection that fastens things together

faithful support for a cause or political party or religion

the act of attaching or affixing something

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how eloquent, at least, were her wishes on the side of early warm attachment, and a cheerful confidence in futurity, against that over-anxious caution which seems to insult exertion and distrust Providence
Misgivings Rebecca had; but she remembered all Miss Crawley had said; the old lady's avowed contempt for birth; her daring liberal opinions; her general romantic propensities; her almost doting attachment to her nephew, and her repeatedly expressed fondness for Rebecca herself.
How could she have excited serious attachment in a man who had seen so many, and been admired by so many, and flirted with so many, infinitely her superiors; who seemed so little open to serious impressions, even where pains had been taken to please him; who thought so slightly, so carelessly, so unfeelingly on all such points; who was everything to everybody, and seemed to find no one essential to him?
It was, nevertheless, invariably found, after the transient enthusiasm for the early Congresses was over, that the attention and attachment of the people were turned anew to their own particular governments; that the federal council was at no time the idol of popular favor; and that opposition to proposed enlargements of its powers and importance was the side usually taken by the men who wished to build their political consequence on the prepossessions of their fellow-citizens.
Again I beg of you not to be angry with me, but to rest assured of my constant respect and attachment.
With 275, payers would be required to accept six medical electronic attachments in a standardized format.
The implication of requiring standardized attachments lends itself well to establishing protocols for electronic attachment submission.
Quick-disconnect attachment fittings enable attachments to be changed with the hydraulic system under pressure, which speeds productivity.
NTCA recognizes that pole attachments are critical components for broadband deployment.
individuals project their attachment to parents onto their attachments to God) for participants with married parents.
In conclusion, building secure attachment to God and secure attachments within congregations is important because these secure relationships may, as Kirkpatrick (2005) suggested, act as substitute attachments thereby providing help to the hurting and helping people of faith improve both their spiritual and psychological well-being.
1) Attachments in one form or another have been used for many years and are not new by any means as there is evidence of wire and riveted devices dating back to the Egyptians.
For example, in a longitudinal study, Davila, Burge, and Hammen (1997) found that attachment styles may change according to current circumstances, or because of individual differences in susceptibility to change that are associated with stable vulnerability factors, such as adverse earlier experiences and previous insecure attachments.
The parents of ambivalently attached children manifest "preoccupation" and their past attachments are experienced as disturbing in the present.
Attachment and substance use in adolescence: A review of conceptual and methodological aspects