Another girl, pale and thin with a slight smile, had affixed an upside-down black cross to her forehead.
Four of those attacks used the same kind of magnetic limpet bomb, affixed to the vehicles of the targets.
Upstairs, photographs are being scanned for a slide show, then affixed to boards for display at the reception.
His wife, Rita, would wait and pray until she would hear the bicycle squeeze horn he had affixed to the chair.
Cordice affixed a surgical clamp to the blade to accord a grip on it.
He merely speaks of them as "this small group to which the name of Chappell Isles is affixed in the chart."
He affixed his signature, together with the auditor-general.
To this he affixed a cap and fuse, and clapping on his tamp of clay, lit the fuse, and ran into the tunnel.
He affixed his signature to the same, and the said judge signed it.
To these are often affixed contrivances for producing hollow, mournful, buzzing sounds, mystifying whole neighborhoods.
1530s, from Medieval Latin affixare, frequentative of Latin affigere (past participle affixus) "fasten to, attach," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + figere "fasten" (see fix (v.)).
First used by Scottish writers and perhaps from Middle French affixer, a temporarily re-Latinized spelling of Old French afichier (Modern French afficher). Related: Affixed; affixing.
1610s, from affix (v.).