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Correct spelling: attache

Common misspellings for attache:

attatch, attache, ttache.


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Examples of usage for attache:

  1. And so were Colonel Edgerton, Judge Lambert and Mrs. Lambert; and His Excellency the French Ambassador, whom she had known as an attache and who was passing through the city and had been overjoyed to leave a card; as well as Sir Anthony Broadstairs, who expected to spend a week with her in her quaint home in Geneseo, but who had made it convenient to pay his respects in Fifteenth Street instead: to say nothing of the Coleridges, Thomases, Bordeauxs and Worthing tons, besides any number of people from Washington Square, with plenty more from Murray Hill and be yond. – Peter A Novel of Which He is Not the Hero by F. Hopkinson Smith
  2. Her pretensions were enhanced by her engagement to Lord Vargrave,- an engagement which might be broken; so that, as he interpreted it, the worst that could happen to the young lady was to marry an able and rising Minister of State,- a peer of the realm; but she was perfectly free to marry a still greater man, if she could find him; and who knows but what perhaps the attache if he could get leave of absence? – Alice, or The Mysteries, Book II by Edward Bulwer Lytton
  3. The two brothers were discontented with their position at the Court where Count Bruhl was supreme, and put themselves at the head of the plot for dethroning the king, and for placing on the throne, under Russian protection, their young nephew, who had originally gone to St. Petersburg as an attache at the embassy, and afterwards succeeded in winning the favour of Catherine, then Grand Duchess, but soon to become empress. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

Quotes for attache:

  1. You try various things when you're growing up. I was an attache in the Foreign Service for a while and then I drove a bulldozer, but neither of those panned out for me so it had to be stand -up.
  2. Well, you have a defence attache here, that's a step forward. Your Defence Minister has been here, our defence people have exchanges with you. So friendly relations at the military level are already in existence.

Rhymes for attache:

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  3. cabaret, cabernet, dak, disarray, disobey, faberge, fiance, ira, lyonnais, monterey, monterrey, overplay, overstay, piaget, underplay, underway, perrier, uva, aaa, bouvier, ita, bua, jna, cea, bta, chevrolet, ekk, intraday;
  4. cabriolet, communique, naivete, noaa, asea, foia, ceta, hiaa;
  5. waga;