Definition of Attenders

1. Noun. (plural of attender) ¹



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Definition of Attenders

1. attender [n] - See also: attender

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Attenders

attendance allowance
attendance check
attendances
attendancies
attendancy
attendant
attendants
attendaunce
attendaunt
attended
attendedness
attendee
attendees
attendement
attender
attenders
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attendeth
attending
attending physician
attending staff
attending surgeon
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attendments
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attent
attentat
attentats
attention

Literary usage of Attenders

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1. The Scottish Parliament: Its Constitution and Procedure 1603-1707; with an by Charles Sanford Terry (1905)
"... PRIVILEGED Attenders OF PARLIAMENT. A CHARACTERISTIC of the Scottish Parliament was the presence in it of persons who were members of neither one nor ..."

2. Memoir of William Tanner by William Tanner, John Ford (1868)
"Review of the Norwegian journey—W. Tanner's solicitude for the younger members of our Society and attenders of meetings—Family gathering at Sidcot—declining ..."

3. Inner Life of the Religious Societies of the Commonwealth: Considered by Robert Barclay (1877)
"OF Attenders ON PUBLIC WORSHIP, BOTH TO POPULATION AND SITTINGS, according to the Census of 1851. Rural districts . . Large town ditto . ..."

4. A History of the Adult School Movement by John Wilhelm Rowntree, Henry Bryan Binns (1903)
"Assuming the age distribution to be as in 1891, we should get in round numbers upon the basis of the York figures, 16 million adult non-attenders and 6 ..."

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