In any case, once he made his rope, how did he fasten it to a metal grill eight feet above the ground?
His biggest apparent weakness: an inability to fasten more than two buttons on his shirt.
They fasten their seat belts to drive one hundred yards across a parking lot.
In the meantime, as Bette Davis used to say, fasten your seatbelts.
fasten your seat belts—this is going to be a wild four-week ride.
It was worn on the breast, a little to one side, so as to fasten the mantle.
We make up stories for it, and fasten them together into a sort of magazine.
Now fasten the whole to the main column so that the sides coincide.
It is also simple with them to fasten the negatives in place.
Bolts of it leaped upward to fasten upon gun-butts and the buckles of the cartridge belts.
Old English fæstnian "make fast, firm," also "ratify, betroth," from Proto-Germanic *fastinojanan (cf. Old Frisian festnia "to make firm, bind fast," Old Saxon fastnon, Old High German fastnion, Old Norse fastna "to pledge, betroth"), from *fastuz (see fast (adj.)). Related: Fastened; fastener; fastening.