a person who another, as to perform a service.
Chiefly British. an usher or clerk.
a corollary or concomitant thing or quality.
a person who is present, as at a meeting.
being present or in ; accompanying.
consequent; concomitant; associated; related:
winter holidays and attendant parties; war and its attendant evils; poverty and its attendant hardships.
The guy who took the cake suffered from a Vagina Dentata phobia, with attendant castration anxiety.
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Kids were at school, wife was at work, and my attendant kept mostly quiet.
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The theory is once you manage your thoughts better, you find that the attendant emotions can be managed as well.
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We have been cheated by this argument, as it is obvious that war can have attendant consequences capable of deadly havoc.
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All of the work that comes with being an escort, and all of its attendant horrors, for this… paperweight?
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I have heard all about the attendant circumstances and the rescue of these lads.
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There was a knock on the door of the box, and an attendant put in his head.
Jack O’ Judgment Edgar Wallace
One day he had gone to a retired place for a bath, and his attendant had gone to bring a suit.
Studies in Medival Life and Literature Edward Tompkins McLaughlin
Nearer and louder came the music and the attendant vocal Babel.
The Return of Peter Grimm David Belasco
First entered an attendant, bearing a large tray, on which were ranged several dozens of exceedingly small cups.
The Lieutenant and Commander Basil Hall
a person who accompanies or waits upon another
a person employed to assist, guide, or provide a service for others, esp for the general public: a lavatory attendant
a person who is present
a logical consequence or natural accompaniment: hatred is often an attendant of jealousy
being in attendance
associated; accompanying; related: attendant problems
1550s, “one who waits upon,” from the adjective, or from Middle French atendant, noun use of present participle of atendre (see attend).
late 14c., “solicitous, attentive,” see attendant (n.). Sense of “serving under, accompanying in a dependant position” is from c.1400.
a person who another, as to perform a service. Chiefly British. an usher or clerk. a corollary or concomitant thing or quality. a person who is present, as at a meeting. being present or in ; accompanying. consequent; concomitant; associated; related: winter holidays and attendant parties; war and its attendant evils; poverty and its attendant […]
to be present at: to attend a lecture; to attend church. to go with as a concomitant or result; accompany: Fever may attend a cold. Success attended her hard work. to take care of; minister to; devote one’s services to: The nurse attended the patient daily. to wait upon; accompany as a companion or servant: […]
a person who is present at a specific time or place: a conference with thousands of attendees. Contemporary Examples According to one attendee of that session, his absence was noticeable and “disappointing.” Will the Chicago Teachers Strike Hurt Obama? James Warren September 11, 2012 The following day, I could listen to the musings of Donald […]
a person who is present at a specific time or place: a conference with thousands of attendees. Contemporary Examples The BronyCon convention planned for August already has 10,000 confirmed attendees. Inside the Bizarre World of ‘Bronies,’ Adult Male Fans of ‘My Little Pony’ Kevin Fallon April 30, 2014 For example, attendees shouted approval at questioners […]