Attendant [adjective]

Definition of Attendant:

being present or related

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Sentence/Example of Attendant:

Everybody is friendlier, from the TSA agent to the flight attendant.

It would not be up to store clerks, flight attendants, and average residents to enforce the law.

Three-thousand people died, and hundreds of thousands were left homeless, after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and attendant fires.

About 1,600 pilots and 8,100 flight attendants will be included in the furloughs, according to a letter the airline sent to employees.

The attendant draws the lid closed and you are cocooned in light.

The choice to celebrate peace and the attendant prosperity in some ways breaks with the tradition of explicitly triumphal monuments that advertise success in war and victories won on the battlefield.

My information popped up on the attendant’s screen soon after that, and a minute later, he brought me a Percocet and small cup of water.

The Minister pointed out to them the attendant difficulties, and referred them to the Prime Minister.

One morning Tom was awakened by his faithful attendant to resume his weary journey.

They laid out the work for the next morning, but did nothing practical toward erecting the wires and attendant parts that day.