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Correct spelling for ATTENDNING
We think the word attendning 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 attendning
- Attendant(Definition of attendant)
- Attending(Definition of attending)
- Attendance(Definition of attendance)
Laura could give no advice; she looked on merthyr and vittoria as two that had an incomprehensible knowledge of the power of one another's natures, and the fiery creature remained passive in perplexity of minds as soft an attendant as a suffering woman could have: merthyr did not sleep, and in the morning vittoria said to him, "you want to be active, my friend.
When erec heard that, he thanked him, and returned to his host's dwelling, with the count attending him.
"i assure you i am far from abandoning reason.
There is a certain grim satisfaction, however, in noting that these revelations, however damaging to the victim, seem never to benefit the informer, for i have nowhere observed that they are accepted as attenuating circumstances to diminish his own punishment.
The saracen invasion one day as king murry was riding over the cliffs by the sea with only two knights in attendance he noticed some unwonted commotion in a little creek not far from where he was riding, and he at once turned his horse's head in that direction and galloped down to the shore.