attendant, attender, tender(noun)
someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another
attendant, attender, attendee, meeter(noun)
a person who is present and participates in a meeting
"he was a regular attender at department meetings"; "the gathering satisfied both organizers and attendees"
accompaniment, concomitant, attendant, co-occurrence(adj)
an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another
being present (at meeting or event etc.) "attendant members of the congreation"
attendant, consequent, accompanying, concomitant, incidental, ensuant, resultant, sequent(adj)
following or accompanying as a consequence
"an excessive growth of bureaucracy, with attendant problems"; "snags incidental to the changeover in management"; "attendant circumstances"; "the period of tension and consequent need for military preparedness"; "the ensuant response to his appeal"; "the resultant savings were considerable"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Colleague is used always in a good sense, associate and coadjutor generally so; ally, assistant, associate, attendant, companion, helper, either in a good or a bad sense; abetter, accessory, accomplice, confederate, almost always in a bad sense. Ally is oftenest used of national and military matters, or of some other connection regarded as great and important; as, allies of despotism. Colleague is applied to civil and ecclesiastical connections; members of Congress from the same State are colleagues, even though they may be bitter opponents politically and personally. An Associate Justice of the Supreme Court is near in rank to the Chief Justice. A surgeon's assistant is a physician or medical student who shares in the treatment and care of patients; a surgeon's attendant is one who rolls bandages and the like. Follower, henchman, retainer are persons especially devoted to a chief, and generally bound to him by necessity, fee, or reward. Partner has come to denote almost exclusively a business connection. In law, an abettor (the general legal spelling) is always present, either actively or constructively, at the commission of the crime; an accessory never. An accomplice is usually a principal; an accessory never. If present, though only to stand outside and keep watch against surprise, one is an abettor, and not an accessory. At common law, an accessory implies a principal, and can not be convicted until after the conviction of the principal; the accomplice or abettor can be convicted as a principal. Accomplice and abettor have nearly the same meaning, but the former is the popular, the latter more distinctively the legal term. Compare APPENDAGE; AUXILIARY.
An accessory to the crime; before or after the fact; the accessories of a figure in a painting.
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The flight attendant made that announcement on his own thinking he was helping, we did not ask him to do that.
As a new mom, I’ve been nervous traveling, so... I made sure everything I was taking was like OK. I did the same this past weekend when I left him, and had to pump all weekend, so what I was bringing was allowed, we got to the gate, and there ended up being a 2 1/2 - hour delay, and I had to pump on the plane. I went to board and the attendant stopped me, saying I had' too many bags.'.
I could overhear her speaking with a flight attendant (an African American woman), i saw the gate agent go to the seat of the individual who was walking back and forth before we took off.
I asked the( flight attendant) for a mask before we even took off, but there was none available, it was so obvious that a large number of people were ill well before takeoff.
Karen Momsen-Evers waited until airborne to reach out to another flight attendant for help and asked if they could make an emergency call from the cockpit. I showed Karen Momsen-Evers the texts. Karen Momsen-Evers said that she there is nothing Karen Momsen-Evers could do and that they could not disturb the pilot. They offered me a drink, that was it, says Karen Momsen-Evers. I just wanted someone to go and try to save him.
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