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a person who helps

one that accompanies another

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But the singular appearance of his companion and his attendants, arrested their attention and excited their wonder, and they could scarcely attend to the Prior of Jorvaulx' question, when he demanded if they knew of any place of harbourage in the vicinity; so much were they surprised at the half monastic, half military appearance of the swarthy stranger, and at the uncouth dress and arms of his Eastern attendants.
Each maintained his opinion with sufficient obstinacy, as is usual in all such cases; the attendants were appealed to, but they had not been near enough to hear Wamba's directions.
And he caused one of his attendants to mount his own led horse, and give that upon which he had hitherto ridden to the stranger, who was to serve for a guide.
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.
She also sent a message to the Prince's attendants that they might travel slowly back to the Court of King Peridor, and that the beautiful bird had really been found.
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 attendant was besieged by questions, but he was sitting on the step of the car, in the shadow of a policeman, with his head buried in his hands, and he did not once look up.
See that the attendant does not go home, or the guard.
Why, if this girl is going to see the King, he'll air his own troubles," returned the attendant.
So the attendant led them into a room all draped with cloth-of-gold and furnished with satin-covered gold furniture.
They generally always like a male better," said the attendant.
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.