Example sentences for: affixed

How can you use “affixed” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Unless you're a hardcore gamer, you may not know that today saw the debut of Sega's Dreamcast video-game console, the first 128-bit system ever (that means it's really fast) and the last hope for a corporation that has gone from having one of the strongest brands in the world to having the words "laggard" and "also-ran" permanently affixed to its name.

  • In adopting this Report and Order, the Commission amends its rules to require that, either at specific dates in the future or on a phased-in basis, all telephones in workplaces, confined settings (such as hospitals and nursing homes), and hotels and motels be hearing aid compatible; have volume control; and have the letters "HAC" affixed to them.

  • Today's implants, affixed to your jawbone by a titanium screw, can hold for the rest of your life.

  • There are some significant cues to remembering all this, especially the attempt on Truman's life by Puerto Rican nationalists that occurred at Blair House--where the Trumans had to live during the reconstruction--and cost one Secret Service man his life: Giant memorial plaques are affixed to the fence in front of Blair House telling this story to anyone who hasn't heard it.

  • After skulls are smashed, throats slit, and bosoms skewered in the name of Christ, Elizabeth decides to: a) "unsex" herself and become a symbol--the Virgin Queen, married only to England; and b) entertain dissenting opinions exclusively from those whose heads are affixed to spikes.


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