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Definition of Attendant

noun
1.
a person who attends another, as to perform a service.
2.
Chiefly British. an usher or clerk.
3.
a corollary or concomitant thing or quality.
4.
a person who is present, as at a meeting.
adjective
5.
being present or in attendance; accompanying.
6.
consequent; concomitant; associated; related:
winter holidays and attendant parties; war and its attendant evils; poverty and its attendant hardships.

Attendant Example in a sentance

Example Sentences for attendant

I have heard all about the attendant circumstances and the rescue of these lads.

There was a knock on the door of the box, and an attendant put in his head.

One day he had gone to a retired place for a bath, and his attendant had gone to bring a suit.

Nearer and louder came the music and the attendant vocal Babel.

First entered an attendant, bearing a large tray, on which were ranged several dozens of exceedingly small cups.

The long conversation I had held with my attendant had wearied me, weak and exhausted as I was.

Should he make inquiries of the attendant concerning that which he so desired to know?

There is something of this evil often attendant on protracted engagements.

There is one blessing, and it is a great one, attendant on humble life.

Lodge of the cubicular slave, or attendant upon the bed-room.

History of Attendant

Word Origin & History

attendant 1550s, "one who waits upon," from pp. adj. (mid-15c.), from O.Fr. atendant, prp. of atendre (see attend). The adj. originally meant "attentive;" sense of "accompanying in a dependant position" is from 1610s.

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