Definition of "attachment"
  1. The act of taking someone's property to assure the fulfillment of a judgment, often by a sheriff on the basis of a court order
How to use "attachment" in a sentence
  1. Due to his failure to pay the court-ordered damages, his car was taken into attachment.
  2. After losing the case, she was worried that her property would be subject to attachment.
  3. In order to enforce the judgment, the court allowed attachment of his assets.

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