attendant definition

  • noun:
    • person who attends or waits on another.
    • a person who is present.
    • An accompanying thing or circumstance; a concomitant.
    • one that attends; person who works together with or watches anything.
    • one that attends or accompanies in any personality whatever, as a friend, partner, servant, representative, or suitor.
    • one that exists and takes part in the proceedings.
    • what accompanies; a concomitant.
    • one that owes responsibility or solution to, or depends on, another.
    • one that attends or accompanies another, in every character; specially, one who belongs to a train or retinue; a follower.
    • one that attends on or waits the enjoyment of some other, as a suitor or the love.
    • particularly in-law, person who owes a duty or service to, or will depend on, another.
    • One who occurs, as at a public meeting, regarding function.
    • what accompanies or perhaps is consequent on everything.
    • a conference or circumstance that takes place at precisely the same time as or in reference to another
    • somebody who waits on or will or attends to your requirements of some other
    • someone who occurs and participates in a meeting
    • one that attends or waits on another.
    • One who is present.
    • An accompanying thing or circumstance; a concomitant.
    • a person who attends; one who works closely with or watches some thing.
    • a person who attends or accompanies in just about any character whatever, as a buddy, companion, servant, broker, or suitor.
    • person who is present and participates the proceedings.
    • That which accompanies; a concomitant.
    • person who owes responsibility or solution to, or is based on, another.
    • a person who attends or accompanies another, in virtually any personality; specifically, one who belongs to a train or retinue; a follower.
    • one that attends on or waits the satisfaction of another, as a suitor or even the want.
    • Specifically in-law, one who owes a duty or solution to, or will depend on, another.
    • one that occurs, as at a public conference, for almost any purpose.
    • That which accompanies or is consequent on anything.
    • a conference or scenario that happens at the same time as or perhaps in experience of another
    • a person who waits on or has a tendency to or attends to the requirements of some other
    • someone who exists and participates in a gathering
  • adjective:
    • becoming current: boats and attendant sailors.
    • Accompanying or following as a result: attendant conditions.
    • choosing; associated; concomitant.
    • becoming current, or perhaps in the train; associated; in waiting.
    • Accompanying, related to, or rigtht after, as consequential; consequent.
    • Depending on, or owing duty or service to.
    • being current (at meeting or occasion etc.)
    • following or associated as a consequence
    • Being present: ships and attendant sailors.
    • Accompanying or after as a result: attendant situations.
    • using; linked; concomitant.
    • Being present, or in the train; associated; in waiting.
    • associated, related to, or immediately following, as consequential; consequent.
    • based on, or owing duty or service to.
    • becoming present (at meeting or event etc.)
    • following or accompanying as a result
  • others:
    • Accompanying; being current or perhaps in attendance.
    • Accompanying, linked, or rigtht after as consequential: because, intemperance, along with its attendant evils.
    • in-law, based or associated with anything or some person; owing task or service.
    • Accompanying; being current or perhaps in attendance.
    • Accompanying, linked, or rigtht after as consequential: as, intemperance, with its attendant evils.
    • in-law, according to or related to something or some individual; owing duty or service.

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