|abseil, descend a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection, descend by rope, descent by rappelling||rappel|
|abstain from eating, abstain from food, act of abstaining from eating; period during which one abstains from eating, acting or moving rapidly, at incorrect time, close, conducive to rapid speed, debauched, deprive of food, done quickly, fastened, firml...||fast|
|accost somebody, boutonniere, give something buttonholes, hole for button, physically grab someone to gain their attention, compel someone to listen, sew with buttonhole stitch, small hole in clothing through which a button is fastened; flower on the l...||buttonhole|
|act of descending a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection||rappelling|
|act of intertwining or interlacing (like the fingers of two clasped hands)||interdigitation|
|adhere or cause something to adhere, adhere; clump; fasten, adhered; clumped; fastened, agglutination, clump or cause cells to clump, form compound word||agglutinate|
|airlock, blocking device, fasten shut with a lock; confine by means of a lock; make immovable, fix in place; intertwine, link firmly together; move through a lock or locks (of a vessel); be fastened shut; become immobile; be held in place, fasten using...||lock|
|anchoring, charge for anchoring boat, place for anchoring; act of anchoring; state of being anchored; something to which an object is fastened; something reliable, place to hold boats secure, security, something holding object in place||anchorage|
|attached with metal pins, fastened with rivets; fascinated, captivated, engrossed||riveted|
|beam embedded in wall, decoration at bottom of page, end, part of stringed instrument, piece or part placed at the end of something; small piece of wood on a violin or other instrument to which the strings are fastened; ornamental design at the bottom ...||tailpiece|
|body, tight-fitting shirt fastened in crotch||body suit|
|bookbinding workshop, place where books are bound, place where the pages of books are fastened together and placed in a cover||bindery|
|bound, fastened by tying; busy, preoccupied||tied up|
|bound, fastened; annexed, committed emotionally to somebody, devoted, employed, enclosed, touching another structure||attached|
|brought to ruin, opened, not fastened; destroyed, dismantled (Archaic); not done, uncompleted, unfastened||undone|
|buttoned-down, fastened down at ends with buttons||button-down|
|can be connected, can be fastened; can be participated in, possible to enlist in||joinable|
|can be locked, can be securely fastened, can be bolted||lockable|
|capable of being fastened together||bindable|
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