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Adjective
Occurring with or related to
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“Nowhere does he emphasize the special moral dangers attendant on an active engagement in war.”
Adjective
Following as a result or effect
“Pain and death must remain the attendant result of guilt, but these can be borne by the innocent that the guilty may not be compelled to endure them.”
Adjective
Denotes being at or within a specified space or place
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Having a subordinate or auxiliary position
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Occurring by chance in connection with something else
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After the fact
Noun
A person who assists, guides, or provides a service
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“Godric had been his personal attendant since his sixteenth year, and the man had been just as preoccupied about the state of Briar's appearance then as he was now.”
Noun
A person who is obsequiously willing to obey or serve another person
“Planning for her birthday made him feel like just another fawning attendant.”
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A person who guards or protects someone or something
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“While the king's attendant was gone to buy food, the king, being fatigued by the labor of his journey, immediately threw himself upon a bed and fell asleep.”
Noun
That which accompanies or follows (something else)
“I have already mentioned the widespread acceptance that disagreement is widely recognized to be an inevitable attendant of rights.”
Noun
A person employed to provide a service to the public in a particular place
“On the occasion in question, however, the keys which the plaintiff had left in his car were not delivered by the attendant to the defendant's office.”
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One who participates as an assistant or helper during a marriage ceremony
“The bride's attendant wears a dress that complements the bride's in style and color.”
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Someone who is employed in a regular job
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A follower or pupil of a teacher, leader, or philosopher
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One who is present at a specific event
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Bridegroom's attendant
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A former class of small freeholders who farm their own land
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An upper servant of an inn
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One who participates in an action or event
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A person trained to care for the sick or infirm, especially in a hospital
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Person who is learning something
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Adverb
Used to one's presence or availability
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