[ UK /ʌnɐtˈætʃt/ ]
[ US /ˌənəˈtætʃt/ ]
[ US /ˌənəˈtætʃt/ ]
- (of animals) able to swim about; not attached
- not associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
- not fastened together
How To Use unattached In A Sentence
- While eating his fruit-cup he became surrounded by pleasant talk exploding from the young couples and unattached singles at the table.
- The idea of unattached romantic dalliances within lush tropical settings is theoretically pleasant, yet unfulfilling as is the notion of a marriage without jealously or commitment.
- As the unattached singleton with married mates there is a tendency to lament the demise of your once action-packed social life.
- I quickly worked the crowd, to greet my workmates while I was on my own and to find James while unattached to superglue. SOMEBODY
- In a hokey “resonant Indian folktale” voice, she added, “For many moons, it has provided a way for unattached men and women of Grundy to find the person they plan on shacking up with for the season.” How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf
- Yeah Anonymous, introducing lime into furnaces is so unattached to reality that many fluidized coal burners are designed to actually do this. The Volokh Conspiracy » Clean Air, Dirty Water
- According to Jo, Mark was still unattached.
- Her fanciful reference to the powerful but imaginary "virgin Muses" (l. 41) is framed by the all too practical references in ll. 40 and 42, which remind us that in early modern culture, a "virgin" was first and foremost an unattached and thus relatively powerless woman. My Name Was Martha: A Renaissance Woman's Autobiographical Poem
- The front piece of the stage was unattached, and all of the lovely off-white carpeting is still covered in plastic. Under Construction: Rolando Villazón, in recital
- Celebrities such as George Clooney, Geri Halliwell and Russell Crowe have expounded the benefits of the single life - yet many singletons still feel there is a stigma attached to being unattached.