from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is present at or attends a function. See Usage Note at -ee1.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who is in attendance or in the audience of an event.
- n. A visitor or participant of an event.
- n. A person who is attended.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who is present and participates in a meeting
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Even though I was critiqued fairly harshly by a professionally trained speaker after one of my presentations, an attendee from the conference wrote to me after and said she thought I was one of the best speakers she heard all weekend.
At one signing, the only attendee is a friend of yours.
Perhaps the only thing crazier than attending the Finger Lakes Wine Festival as an attendee is actually pouring wine at it.
At Gnomedex, nearly every attendee is sitting in front of a notebook computer with wireless Internet access.
By the end you’ll be guessing how far away the clumsy attendee is by the Doppler effect caused by the uproar.
To top off the shenanigans, another attendee was arrested for streaking nude through the crowd.
Every other attendee was there to learn how to create and grow stem cell lines from five-day-old human embryos (blastocysts).
Coming in at number four was call attendee Joseph Romm of Climate Progress.
This article is the sixth in a 10-part series on the topic of free coaching call an attendee asked about how to handle someone who is disrespectful.
After the talks, I went back to my more typical "attendee" mode for RGs, played some games, talked with lots of people, ate some snacks, and got way too little sleep.
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