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Correct spelling for ATTENDENDED
We think the word attendended 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 attendended
- Indented(Definition of indented)
- Intended(Definition of intended)
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
- Untended(Definition of untended)
- Unattended(Definition of unattended)
A beneficent providence has provided for their exercise and encouragement an extensive coast, indented by capacious bays, noble rivers, inland seas; with a country productive of every material for ship building and every commodity for gainful commerce, and filled with a population active, intelligent, well-informed, and fearless of danger.
Things were not turning out at all as she had wished or intended.
It has, however, been positively ascertained that the medical attendant of the family was sent for in a great hurry on the day when mr. yatman returned from the milliner's shop.
In this case, however, petermann was exposed to a possibly unintended deception.
One of the houses burned untended.
His request was granted, and, trusting to the honour of a rajput, he entered the city unattended, and was rewarded by a sight of this eastern helen reflected in a mirror.
The ex-emperor's attendants were required to give up their swords during the voyage.