attender

Definitions of attender
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n a person who is present and participates in a meeting

“he was a regular attender at department meetings”
Synonyms:
attendant, attendee, meeter
Types:
conventioneer
someone who attends a convention
partygoer
someone who is attending a party
symposiast
someone who participates in a symposium
Type of:
participant
someone who takes part in an activity

n someone who listens attentively

Synonyms:
auditor, hearer, listener
Types:
eavesdropper
a secret listener to private conversations
phone tapper, tapper, wiretapper
someone who wiretaps a telephone or telegraph wire
Type of:
beholder, observer, perceiver, percipient
a person who becomes aware (of things or events) through the senses

n someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another

Synonyms:
attendant, tender
Types:
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companion
one paid to accompany or assist or live with another
baggageman
an attendant who takes care of baggage
batman
an orderly assigned to serve a British military officer
bellboy, bellhop, bellman
someone employed to carry luggage and run errands in a hotel
bridesmaid, maid of honor
an unmarried woman who attends the bride at a wedding
caddie, golf caddie
an attendant who carries the golf clubs for a player
checker
an attendant who checks coats or baggage
courtier
an attendant at the court of a sovereign
cupbearer
the attendant (usually an officer of a nobleman's household) whose duty is to fill and serve cups of wine
equerry
a personal attendant of the British royal family
escort
an attendant who is employed to accompany someone
esquire
(Middle Ages) an attendant and shield bearer to a knight; a candidate for knighthood
famulus
a close attendant (as to a scholar)
gillie
a young male attendant on a Scottish Highlander chief
groomsman
a male attendant of the bridegroom at a wedding
lifeguard, lifesaver
an attendant employed at a beach or pool to protect swimmers from accidents
linkboy, linkman
(formerly) an attendant hired to carry a torch for pedestrians in dark streets
loader
an attendant who loads guns for someone shooting game
matron of honor
a married woman serving as the attendant to the bride at a wedding
hospital attendant, orderly
a male hospital attendant who has general duties that do not involve the medical treatment of patients
orderly
a soldier who serves as an attendant to a superior officer
page, varlet
in medieval times a youth acting as a knight's attendant as the first stage in training for knighthood
page
a youthful attendant at official functions or ceremonies such as legislative functions and weddings
racker
an attendant who puts pool or billiard balls into a rack
rocker
an attendant who rocks a child in a cradle
second
the official attendant of a contestant in a duel or boxing match
servitor
someone who performs the duties of an attendant for someone else
squire
a young nobleman attendant on a knight
gallant, squire
a man who attends or escorts a woman
flight attendant, steward
an attendant on an airplane
litter-bearer, stretcher-bearer
one who helps carry a stretcher
trainbearer
one who holds up the train of a gown or robe on a ceremonial occasion
arouser, rouser, waker
someone who rouses others from sleep
valet
someone employed to park and retrieve cars
armiger, armor-bearer
a squire carrying the armor of a knight
best man
the principal groomsman at a wedding
check girl, hatcheck girl
a female checker
color guard
a ceremonial escort for the (regimental) colors
guard of honor, honor guard
an escort for a distinguished guest or for the casket at a military funeral
minder
someone (usually in totalitarian countries) who is assigned to watch over foreign visitors
air hostess, hostess, stewardess
a woman steward on an airplane
guide, usher
someone employed to conduct others
Type of:
assistant, help, helper, supporter
a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose

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