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  • noun The quality of being attached.

Etymologies

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attached +‎ -ness

Examples

  • My men have always been alpha-men: short on sensitivity and long on muscle and yes, I know that didn't do anything for my current state of attachedness, but the heavily rugged and little worded male does something for me.

    blog: No cuddles, no reading aloud, svp.

  • My men have always been alpha-men: short on sensitivity and long on muscle and yes, I know that didn't do anything for my current state of attachedness, but the heavily rugged and little worded male does something for me.

    blog: January 2008

  • The introduction of freedom or attachedness, as a factor in the problem also occurs in

    More Letters of Charles Darwin — Volume 1

  • She has left us this bright folio of her "lightning and fragrance in one," scintillant with stardust as perhaps no other before her, certainly not in this country, none with just her celestial attachedness, or must we call it detachedness, and withal also a sublime, impertinent playfulness which makes her images dance before one like offspring of the great round sun, fooling zealously with the universes at her feet, and just beyond her eye, with a loftiness of spirit and of exquisite trivialness seconded by none.

    Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets

  • Up. IV, 2) is said with the intention of declaring the non-attachedness of the Self, not of describing the nature of the prâ/n/a; for the highest Self (not the vital air) is the topic of that passage.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Sankaracarya Sacred Books of the East, Volume 1

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