Definition of Attender

1. Noun. Someone who listens attentively.

Exact synonyms: Auditor, Hearer, Listener
Group relationships: Audience
Generic synonyms: Beholder, Observer, Perceiver, Percipient
Specialized synonyms: Eavesdropper
Derivative terms: Attend, Hear, Listen, Listen



2. Noun. Someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another.

3. Noun. A person who is present and participates in a meeting. "The gathering satisfied both organizers and attendees"
Exact synonyms: Attendant, Attendee, Meeter
Specialized synonyms: Conventioneer, Partygoer, Symposiast
Generic synonyms: Participant
Derivative terms: Attend, Attendant, Attend, Meet

Definition of Attender

1. n. One who, or that which, attends.

Definition of Attender

1. Noun. An attendee; one who attends a course, meeting etc. ¹

2. Noun. (metaphysics) The subject; one who experiences. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Attender

1. one that attends [n -S] - See also: attends

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Attender

attendance
attendance allowance
attendance check
attendances
attendancies
attendancy
attendant
attendants
attendaunce
attendaunt
attended
attendedness
attendee
attendees
attendement
attender (current term)
attenders
attendest
attendeth
attending
attending physician
attending staff
attending surgeon
attendings
attendment
attendments
attends
attent
attentat
attentats

Literary usage of Attender

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1. The Mystery of Golf by Arnold Haultain, Theodore Arnold Haultain (1912)
"Archimedes would have been a good attender (and, therefore, looker-at-the- ball), he who, so the legend goes, was, in the siege of Syracuse, ..."

2. Salem Witchcraft: With an Account of Salem Village, and a History of by Charles Wentworth Upham (1867)
"... was a constant attender upon the ministry of the word, and all the ordinances of the gospel ; full of works of charity and mercy to the sick and poor ..."

3. The Metropolitan (1846)
"But what I would fain ask the truth of, nephew George," continued he, " is the report that you are a frequent attender at Crockford's, and not only a ..."

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