She had on a blue boy-coat, and to the right lapel was fastened a three-inch red cloth 9, Howe's number.
She fastened the door, and took an ink-bottle and a pen from the mantle-piece.
I fastened it at the masthead, so that we could hoist and lower the sail at pleasure.
A strong piece of rope extended from the magazine to the wood screw above mentioned, and was fastened to both.
Emily was in the chamber with Flora when Sim and I fastened the raft to the post.
But so long as the love that now bound them together still sanctified the bond which it had fastened.
The eyes of the rest of the chapter were fastened on the chafing-dish.
In addition to these eye-bolt holes there are two others through which screws are fastened into the frame pieces.
Loki, who held to the spit that was fastened to the eagle's breast, was drawn up with him.
They had no rowels, but were made with a simple point like a goad, and were fastened with leathers.
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.