He starts by tying a cable onto the rear axle of the car, fastening the other end to a post.
Shearing jammed the fastening mechanism so it could not be turned from the inside.
Ah, old fellow, you are fastening the stable after the horse has been stolen!
fastening his eyes upon his son, as if he recognized him, the dying man looked his last farewell.
I had made this reconnoissance while my companion was engaged in fastening his pirogue to the tree.
Meanwhile Lady Queenie, with a safety-pin, was fastening the back hem of her short skirt to the front between the knees.
Religion is derived from "religare" and means originally "fastening."
He heard Jack entering below, swearing at the storm, fastening the door, and finally joining his spouse in the sleeping-chamber.
She undid the fastening of her dress and slipped off the waist for me to see.
Hiram was kneeling beside his agitated bag, and was picking at the knots in its fastening.
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.