- n. Plural form of attendee.
“Our numbers are not that great that the loss of just three regular attendees is not significant.”
“Granted, most are not interested in books, but some are-our panel had over 200 people at it-and even 5% of Comic-con attendees is more people than any but the absolute largest Worldcon (where not all the attendees are interested in books or authors, either).”
“Charting the economy by talking to boat show attendees is far from scientific.”
“More than 200 attendees from the American Advertising Federation (AAF) Tenth District - which spans Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas - gathered to pay tribute to the new inductees.”
“The attendees are the victims here because they trusted a leader who claimed to have expertise in a potentially dangerous practice.”
“Appearing before throngs of anti-Obama protesters, Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX) called for "revolution," as he declared that the attendees were the patriots who would, quoting Thomas Jefferson, refresh the tree of liberty with the "blood of tyrants.”
“The attendees were the core of the group whose members have combined to share information and insight into the doings of the Village of Bolingbrook.”
“One of the attendees was a big-city pol who's running for one of the statewide offices.”
“Once inside, the utter diversity of the attendees was the first thing I noticed.”
“Not only do the big-name attendees (this year's crew included Alec Baldwin, Salma Hayek, Al Pacino, Kevin Spacey and Katie Holmes) dress like "normal people," they come to town on behalf of tiny movies with no budgets, like regular actors.”
‘attendees’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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