attached (part of speech: verb)
joined (part of speech: adjective)
dual (part of speech: adjective)
fastened (part of speech: verb)
knitted, sewed, clinched, weaved, glued, linked, braided, stayed, chained, zipped, basted, lashed, buckled, cemented, welded, sutured, knotted, woven, plaited, strapped, laced, stringed, pasted, bracketed, hinged, fused, tacked, tethered, stitched, sewn spliced, tied
married (part of speech: verb)
bound (part of speech: adjective)
copulated (part of speech: verb)
related (part of speech: verb)
- Delight in seeing him, coupled with all she had just undergone, broke down the difficult composure she had managed to maintain while in Miss ArcherÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ s presence. - "Marjorie Dean, High School Junior", Pauline Lester.
- It was a mystery to him how people got coupled up. - "Joe Burke's Last Stand", John Moncure Wetterau.
- 78. Does any verb in English ever govern two objectives that are not coupled? - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.