Attendant in a sentence

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Definition of Attendant

  • Being present, or in the train; accompanying; in waiting.
  • Accompanying, connected with, or immediately following, as consequential; consequent; as, intemperance with all its attendant evils.
  • Depending on, or owing duty or service to; as, the widow attendant to the heir.
  • One who attends or accompanies in any character whatever, as a friend, companion, servant, agent, or suitor.
  • One who is present and takes part in the proceedings; as, an attendant at a meeting.
  • That which accompanies; a concomitant.
  • One who owes duty or service to, or depends on, another.
  • an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another
  • a person who is present and participates in a meeting
  • someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another

How to use attendant in a sentence. Attendant pronunciation.

He was soon employed again in a large house, became a regular attendant at the Lord's house, and began to pray both publicly and privately for help from on high.
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She became, a constant attendant at our meetings.
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All attendants were worn with care, the doctor fairly lived in the house and forsook all his other business.
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In the morning, Tamar, Laura's attendant, met me at the door, exclaiming joyfully, 'O, I'se so glad!
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A suitable attendant having been procured, Fanny was despatched to Bournemouth, whence, in a day or two, she wrote to her sister thus: 'You've been awfully kind to me, and I shan't forget it when I'm well again.
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From her long experience at Falmouth, Nancy knew enough of the petty miseries attendant upon that condition to think of it with dread when the stress of heroic crisis compelled her speedy departure from the old home.
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But, when he kissed her mantling cheek, I broke-and two attendants led Me wailing from the hall.
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This medical officer, with his two attendant hospital satellites, had left both litter and emergency case upon the transport.
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This litter is designed to enable two men, hospital attendants or band men, to pick up a wounded soldier weighing some 160 or 180 pounds and carry him from fifty yards to a mile if necessary, to a dressing-station or hospital shack.
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This time he sent a hospital attendant to take the patient's temperature, which was 104 degrees.
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The hospital attendant was again ordered to take the temperature.
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The gentleman on the sofa ordered a couple of attendants to ascertain its contents.
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When his attendants had concluded their calculation, he ordered them to place Popanilla's precious metal in his treasury; and then, presenting the Captain with a small packet of pink shells, he kindly inquired whether he could be of any further use to him.
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Drinking, therefore, his cup of coffee, he assumed an air as if he really were used to have a Marquess for an attendant, and said that he was at his Lordship's service.
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Whenever he addressed any question to his Lordship, his noble attendant, with the greatest politeness, begged him to take some refreshment.
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The stranger, with an air of great humility, disclaimed their proffered adoration, and told them that, far from being superior to common mortals, he was, on the contrary, one of the lowliest of the human race; in fact, he did not wish to conceal it; in spite of his vessel and his attendants, he was merely a market-gardener on a great scale.
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As his Excellency Prince Popanilla really could not think of being annoyed by the attentions of the mob during his visit to Blunderland, he travelled quite in a quiet way, under the name of the Chevalier de Fantaisie, and was accompanied only by Skindeep and two attendants.
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The Indians proved apt learners, but of the vices rather than the virtues of the English, and drunkenness with all its attendant evils, was quickly introduced.
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These were things that it was felt essential to remove from the vicissitudes attendant upon the temper of the majority at given time.
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The seats were arranged in tiers, and just as Philip entered an attendant came in, put a glass of water on the table in the well of the lecture-room and then brought in a pelvis and two thigh-bones, right and left.
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Examples of Attendant

Example #1
Only a few months, and both husband and wife united with a church and became teachers in the Sabbath school.
Example #2
The missionary called again and again, and witnessed the strong determination of the young man to fight against his pernicious habit.
Example #3
Says "_Jesus has taken her love for drink all away_." One of her little ones, who is just beginning to talk, said the other day, "Mamma, you don't drink now.
Example #4
While furnishing them with clothing, and assisting them in other ways, I besought the mother to give her heart to Jesus, knowing that he could keep her from falling.
Example #5
In its occasional moments of reason, it would look piteously as if mutely appealing, and then the next convulsion would take it and seem to leave it just at death's door.
Example #6
The little girl's fits were severe and distressing, and there were but short intervals between, just time to come out of one and with a gasp, pass into another still more terrible.