In any case, once he made his rope, how did he fasten it to a metal grill eight feet above the ground?
They fasten their seat belts to drive one hundred yards across a parking lot.
His biggest apparent weakness: an inability to fasten more than two buttons on his shirt.
In the meantime, as Bette Davis used to say, fasten your seatbelts.
fasten your seat belts—this is going to be a wild four-week ride.
It was worn on the breast, a little to one side, so as to fasten the mantle.
"Now let us fasten up the door I came in by," said Christopher.
Now fasten the whole to the main column so that the sides coincide.
Put the stuffing in the haddock, and fasten it with a small skewer.
Bolts of it leaped upward to fasten upon gun-butts and the buckles of the cartridge belts.
Old English fæstnian "make fast, firm," also "ratify, betroth," from Proto-Germanic *fastinojanan (cf. Old Frisian festnia "to make firm, bind fast," Old Saxon fastnon, Old High German fastnion, Old Norse fastna "to pledge, betroth"), from *fastuz (see fast (adj.)). Related: Fastened; fastener; fastening.