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Correct spelling for ATTDENDANT
We think the word attdendant is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for attdendant
- Ascendant(Definition of ascendant)
- Attendance(Definition of attendance)
- Abundant(Definition of abundant)
- Attended(Definition of attended)
- Attending(Definition of attending)
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
His judgment was now in the ascendant, and like most men, while under the cool and firm control of the rational part of his nature, he was incapable of recalling with any sympathy the times when he had followed the lead of those qualities which rise superior to reason.
The emperor had dismissed quijada from attendance on his person.
Meg had given her abundant sympathy, but advice she had none to offer.
A good many of the natives came off when we were in this station, and attended upon us all the morning.
"i am exceedingly obliged to you, captain, for i am beginning to feel the necessity of attending to my wound.
They all seemed to regard ellen with looks of astonishment now gazing at her, now at her black attendant, and were evidently discussing among themselves how it was that they were of such different colours.
A clear circle was maintained by the chinese attendants, and the spectators crowded round in a ring.