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a person who helps

one that accompanies another

Synonyms for attendant

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They all three talked together in whispers, the attendant telling them the few incidents of the journey down, which, except for the dead man's nervous desire for solitude, seemed to possess very little significance.
He had certainly entered the train alone, and both the guard and attendant were ready to declare positively that no person could have been concealed in it.
One o'clock, your Majesty," replied the attendant to whom the question was addressed.
Yes, your Majesty," answered the attendant, and went away.
The attendant went to a hut that had been arranged some ten paces from the cave, and Father Sergius remained alone.
The attendant went away, and Father Sergius remained alone under the elm tree.
He rang the bell and told the attendant to say that the merchant might bring his daughter to him now.
In his sublime self-feeling the difference between myself and the attendant seemed to him as nothing.
The attendant thought it would be more useful to watch where he should go than to follow him, as he might lose sight of him whilst getting out of the building by the door.
The attendant told me the patient had gone to the left, and had taken a straight line, so I ran as quickly as I could.
The whole appearance of this warrior and his retinue was wild and outlandish; the dress of his squires was gorgeous, and his Eastern attendants wore silver collars round their throats, and bracelets of the same metal upon their swarthy arms and legs, of which the former were naked from the elbow, and the latter from mid-leg to ankle.
The steeds of these attendants were in appearance as foreign as their riders.
and breaking through the horses and attendants, he cleared the way for himself towards the center of the square, through the crowd, followed by the whole cavalcade.
First you must call together your attendants, and order them to remain in a little hamlet close by until you want them.
He left his attendants in the hamlet, found the road the frog had described to him, and followed it all alone, and at last he arrived at the gate of the castle, which was even more splendid than he had expected, for it was built of crystal, and all its ornaments were of massive gold.