Definitions

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  • adj. Not attached

Etymologies

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non- +‎ attached

Examples

  • But of course, once we become nonattached to the notion of what happens after we die and what magic words we need to say or deeds we need to do to prevent the rot and decay of our physical bodies from impeding a soul's transit to some happy place, we can actually begin to do something useful.

    Pascal's Wager and Gambler's Ruin

  • But Nakagawa-roshi was right: The NY Post shows vividly the hell of anger and hatred and violence, and encourages us to be nonattached to it, and to feel compassion even for Rupert Murdoch if read correctly.

    Bibles (and other books) don't harm. Peole do.

  • Check out other options, including the protection of nonattached garages, coverage of the contents of your home, and the size of the deductible you pay before coverage applies.

    How To Buy & Sell just about Everything

  • After an overnight rest, the cells were rinsed twice with prewarmed culture medium to remove nonattached cells, and the medium was changed.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • Know that evil exists and then be nonattached so you don't give it power.

    Pestiside.hu

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