attendant


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Synonyms for attendant

Synonyms for attendant

a person who helps

one that accompanies another

Synonyms for attendant

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After the court attendant had uttered more unintelligible words, every one sat down; and the financier again moved hurriedly to the rail.
The few who continued well were allowed almost unlimited license; because the medical attendant insisted on the necessity of frequent exercise to keep them in health: and had it been otherwise, no one had leisure to watch or restrain them.
The lattice was open, and, as he stepped out, I heard Cathy inquiring of her unsociable attendant what was that inscription over the door?
The crowd about him had pressed and passed the inquiry on to the nearest attendant, and from him it had been more slowly pressed and passed back; at last it got to Jerry:
Her impatient attendant scolds her, tells her I am not in mourning, bids her look again, tries to rouse her.
We were at a loss to find a suitable attendant for her, until a circumstance happened conveniently to relieve us.
He might have all the satisfaction attendant on selling his brother's horse, and not the less have the further satisfaction of setting Godfrey to borrow Marner's money.
About his Chariot numberless were pour'd Cherub and Seraph, Potentates and Thrones, And Vertues, winged Spirits, and Chariots wing'd, From the Armoury of God, where stand of old Myriads between two brazen Mountains lodg'd Against a solemn day, harnest at hand, Celestial Equipage; and now came forth Spontaneous, for within them Spirit livd, Attendant on thir Lord: Heav'n op'nd wide Her ever during Gates, Harmonious sound On golden Hinges moving, to let forth The King of Glorie in his powerful Word And Spirit coming to create new Worlds.
The attendant was struck by his manner, and knowing my interest in him, encouraged him to talk.
Then, again, in his personal attendant there was a bizarre quality which had impressed me profoundly.
The attendant was at the door, holding the cardinal's horse by the bridle.
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.
Beside him was Simon Chekmar, his personal attendant, an old horseman now somewhat stiff in the saddle.
They now entered the great hall of the palace, where they met a gaily dressed attendant, from whom the Keeper of the Wicket inquired if the King were at leisure.
Through the windows of the saloon the station-master could see the train attendant bending over this mysterious passenger, who did not seem, as yet, to have made any preparations for leaving his place.